Big news: Another party left the NDA alliance in opposition to the agricultural law


Bangla Hunt Desk: Hanuman Beniwal's party, the Rashtriya Loktantrik Party, which has consistently opposed agricultural laws, has announced its withdrawal from the NDA alliance. This was stated by Hanuman Benibal himself. Note that Hanuman Benibal has been constantly opposing the new agricultural law. He also went to Delhi from Jaipur to support the farmers. “I cannot be with any party or individual who is against the farmers,” said Benibal, an MP from Nagaur. Speaking in front of farmers in Albor, Rajasthan, Benibal said, “We are trying to take away the rights of farmers through agricultural laws. We will never be able to support it.”

Earlier, Benibal had said that the breadwinners of the country were sitting on the streets in the bone-chilling cold. And that is why the Narendra Modi government has to take back these three agricultural laws. Before leaving for Delhi on Saturday, Benibal visited Jaipur, from where he called for a march on Delhi on December 26 in support of the peasant movement.

Earlier, the Shiromani Akali Dal, a longtime ally of the NDA, had also left the NDA in opposition to the Agriculture Act.