Revenue Patwari’s of Punjab appealed President to not to sign the bill; on 2 day protest
Kanwar Inder Singh/ royalpatiala.in/ Chandigarh
The Revenue Patwar Union Punjab (Regd.) has appealed the President of India Ram Nath Kovind to not to give his approval to the 3 ordinances introduced by Central government in June 2020-The farmer’s Trade And Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Ordinance 2020, The farmer’s(Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services ordinance 2020 and The Essential Commodities (Amendment Ordinance 2020).
In a letter forwarded to the President of India, The Revenue Patwar Union, Punjab (Regd.) has requested to not to give his assent, as these bills are “ANTI FARMERS”.
Harvir Singh Dhindsa, President and Sukhwinder Singh Sukhi, general secretary of the Revenue Patwar Union (Punjab) said” Patwari and Farmers share a very close relationship of ‘Flesh And Blood’, hence we can very well understand the adverse impact of implementation of these acts on farmers.
The union requested the President that “ as per the Constitution of India, the Bills passed by both the Houses are sent to the President for his assent and only after his assent the bill becomes an Act of parliament and without President’s approval no bill becomes an act. So The Revenue Patwar union, Punjab (Regd.) request you to withhold your assent and not to give your approval to said bills.’
Revenue Patwari’s of Punjab appealed President to not to sign the bill; on 2 day protest. Meanwhile, Sukhwinder Singh Sukhi, general secretary of the Revenue Patwar Union, Punjab (Regd.) informed that on September,24 and 25 the patwaris in Punjab will wear a black badges as a protest and show their solidarity with farmers. They will work, but will wear black badges.