Aurangabad/Mumbai: Nationalist Congress Party(NCP) national spokesman and Minister for Minorities Nawab Malik today (Friday) said we continue to oppose the three anti-farmers agriculture bills passed by the central government.
Interest of the farmers will be taken into consideration while enacting the Agriculture Act in the Maharashtra state and the three parties have the same role, said Malik in his official press statement.
He further said the role of the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government was that there will be no law against farmers when there is an agricultural law in the state. Malik also said his party chief Sharad Pawar had also clarified his stand regarding the Agriculture Act.
The minister also alleged that a conspiracy is being hatched to discredit his party leaders and the party. Malik said the news was being spread about Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar and his family was wrong, as the sugar factory was seized by ED. The ED may take any legal action, however, he said Pawar and none of his family members have committed any illegal act,he added.