Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M K Stalin today announced that resolutions against the Centre’s three Farm laws and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) would be adopted in the Budget session of the Assembly.
Intervening during the debate on the motion of thanks to the Governor for his address, he said political resolutions urging the Centre to revoke the three Farm Laws and the CAA will be adopted in the next session of the Assembly.
Since the debate on the Governor’s address, as per the traditions resolutions could not be adopted in the current session. ‘The resolutions against the Farm Laws and the CAA will be adopted in the budget session of the Assembly next month’, Mr Stalin said.
It may be noted that the DMK stoutly opposed both the laws brought in by the BJP-led NDA government at the Centre and also staged protests in support of the farmers against the Farm Laws.