The DMK and its allies on Monday decided to stage protests across Tamil Nadu on Sept. 28 to urge the Centre to take back the farm bills passed in Parliament.
The protest is to condemn the ruling AIADMK government as well which is lending a helping hand to the Centre on the matter, they said at a meeting held at the DMK headquarters in Chennai, presided by the Dravidian party chief MK Stalin.
The passage of bills has once again put a question mark on “federalism” besides pushing poor farmers to a state of suffering, a resolution adopted at the meeting of DMK and its allies said.
The bills pave the way for the “anti-social activity of hoarding farm produce,” and its passage in the Rajya Sabha through a voice vote without division was autocratic and trampled Parliamentary conventions, the resolution alleged.
The protest planned for next week is aimed at urging the Union government to…