Barmer SP Sharad Choudhary and Amit Dhaka, Special Secretary to Chief Minister of Rajasthan, were summoned by the parliamentary committee of Privileges on Tuesday on this issue.
Ex-NDA ally RLP's Hanuman Beniwal says farmers agitation will reduce BJP to just two seats in next Lok Sabha elections
Beniwal, who broke away from NDA in protest against the Central Farm Laws, said the insensitivity on the part of BJP would cost it heavily in next elections.
Beniwal exuded confidence that the party, which has three MLAs and one MP, will win the bypolls to Sahara, Rajsamand and Sujangarh assembly constituencies.
Beniwal announced his decision to break ties with the NDA after he arrived at a protest spot at Shahjahanpur on the Rajasthan-Haryana border, along with thousands of farmers from Rajasthan
The RLP chief has also announced a massive rally on December 26 to support the farmers protesting against the farm bills.
RLP MP Hanuman Beniwal reiterated that he would withdraw from the NDA if talks do not turn in favour of farmers.
Talks between the government and protesting farmers remained inconclusive on Saturday even after five rounds of discussions as the union leaders stuck to their demand for the repeal of the new laws.
Hanuman Beniwal, an alliance partner of the NDA, had on Monday said he would have to reconsider his party’s support to the Centre if the new Farm laws are not withdrawn.
Beniwal, the convener of Rashtriya Loktantrik Party (RLP), appealed to Union Home Minister Amit Shah to withdraw the three farm laws immediately.
The central government needs to take back the agricultural bills after hearing the issues of farmers coming to Delhi to protest against the agricultural bills, Hanuman Beniwal said in a tweet.