Former Prime Minister and Janata Dal (Secular) Supremo H.D. Deve Gowda didn’t attend President Ram Nath Kovind’s joint address to Parliament, in solidarity with the farmers agitating in opposition to the farm legal guidelines.
Early on Friday he introduced his resolution in a tweet, “In solidarity with my farmer brothers combating in opposition to the three #FarmLaws, I’ve determined, after consulting my occasion @JanataDal_S items, to not attend the President’s joint address of Parliament at this time.”
The opposition events, led by Congress and backed by Left events and a few regional events, had selected Thursday to not attend President’s joint address. JD(S) had not figured on this listing on Thursday. However, Mr. Gowda introduced that his occasion too will be a part of the group early on Friday via the tweet.
It could also be talked about right here that BJP-led authorities in Karnataka has been in a position to move a contentious farm legislation with the assistance of JD(S) within the Upper House. Amendments made to the Karnataka Land Reforms Act, 1961, which had not been cleared within the first go within the Legislative Council was ultimately handed with the backing of JD(S). The regional occasion has additionally struck an alliance with the BJP within the Upper House over the posts of Chairperson and Deputy Chairperson. Elections to the latter are being held on Friday.