The Maha Vikas Aghadi government submitted three agriculture law modification bills in the Maharashtra Assembly on Tuesday, seeking public input on any changes that should be made to the proposed measures. The government has set a two-month deadline for submissions. One of the three resolutions agreed by the state cabinet and moved during the Monsoon Session of the state legislature, which began on Monday, is the rejection of the three agriculture laws proposed by the Centre. At Delhi's borders, protests against the three agriculture rules are still going on. Farmers believe that these regulations will benefit corporations at the expense of farmers' livelihoods.
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