The Congress general secretary and in-charge of Uttar Pradesh Priyanka Gandhi has once again attacked the central’s Narendra Modi government. Priyanka has slammed the Modi government on the new labour laws recently passed from Parliament.
Gandhi alleged that the government’s job is to make a law to secure the jobs of all people, but the government, on the contrary, made the rules of removal from the job easier. It will benefit corporates, but the common man will be plagued by the unemployment crisis.
“This difficult time demands that – Do not leave anyone’s job. May everyone’s livelihood be safe. See the priority of the BJP government- The BJP government has now introduced a law in which it has become easier to remove employees. Wow government, you made the torture easier,” Priyanka Gandhi tweeted tauntingly in Hindi with a Navbharat Times report.
इस कठिन समय की मांग है कि-— Priyanka Gandhi Vadra (@priyankagandhi) September 24, 2020
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On the last day of the monsoon session, Parliament approved three bills related to labour reform. Under this, the rules to shut down companies have been relaxed. According to the proposal of the bill, companies with a maximum of 300 employees have been given the right to remove people from their jobs without the permission of the government.
On which Rahul Gandhi has also taunted the Modi government. “Strike on workers after peasants. Exploitation of the poor, nurture of ‘friends’ This is just Modi Ji’s rule,” Gandhi tweeted in Hindi, tagging a newspaper image.
किसानों के बाद मज़दूरों पर वार।— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) September 24, 2020
ग़रीबों का शोषण, ‘मित्रों’ का पोषण
यही है बस मोदी जी का शासन। pic.twitter.com/LarCJsj1uY
On Wednesday, the Rajya Sabha passed the Code on Occupational Safety, Health and Working Conditions and Industrial Relations Code and Social Security Code by voice vote. The Lok Sabha had already passed it on Tuesday (22 September). Now, these bills will be sent to the President for approval.
Members of Congress, Trinamool Congress, CPI, CPI (M), DMK, Rashtriya Janata Dal, Aam Aadmi Party, Samajwadi Party and Nationalist Congress Party participated in the protest against the bill.
“All MPs of the Congress and like-minded parties are marching from Gandhi statue to Ambedkar statue in Parliament protesting the anti-Farmers, anti-Workers Bills that have been rubberstamped in Parliament in the most undemocratic manner by the Modi government,” the chief whip of the Congress in the Rajya Sabha Jairam Ramesh tweeted.
All MPs of the Congress and like-minded parties are marching from Gandhi statue to Ambedkar statue in Parliament protesting the anti-Farmers, anti-Workers Bills that have been rubberstamped in Parliament in the most undemocratic manner by the Modi government. pic.twitter.com/xzHVnwxN9u— Jairam Ramesh (@Jairam_Ramesh) September 23, 2020