New Delhi : Bihar’s dignity has been hurt as a result of Rajya Sabha vice-chairman Harivansh’s oversight at the meeting during the passage of the farm bill, and the people of the state will respond strongly to it, the state’s ruling BJP-led national leaders said on Monday.
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said that what happened in the Rajya Sabha on Sunday was very wrong and the less it is condemned, the less it will be.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi was speaking at a virtual event in attendance, laying the foundation stone of nine highway projects and inaugurating optical fiber internet services.
State Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi said the people of Bihar, who will soon go to the polls, will respond.
Harivansh is a respected person in Bihar and across the country and the incident has hurt the pride of the state, he said.
The two main farm bills, described by the government as the biggest reforms in agriculture, were passed by the Rajya Sabha on Sunday in an unprecedented provocative scene by members of the opposition, as the proposed law was demanded to be sent to a House panel for greater scrutiny. .
After intense debate, the Rajya Sabha passed two bills in one bill, some opposition members, ignoring the COVID-19 protocol, accusing the deputy chairman of going to Harivansh’s stage, throwing the rule book at him and tearing up official documents. They leaked his microphone and hacked him to demand a split vote at their pace to refer the law to an elected committee.