He also said that it has become a “fashion” for some people to claim that they do not accept the Constitution.
“When the Parliament passes a bill or when the Assembly approves certain laws, there is no reason to say that we do not abide by this Act, or that we Will not follow this law unless it is unconstitutional.
Rijiju made the remarks ahead of the winter session of Parliament beginning Monday where the government listed a bill to repeal three agricultural laws. For the last one year, 40 farmer unions have been demanding the repeal of these laws.
Rijiju said, “India is a very democratic country, so we have the right to protest, we have the right to differ ideologically. We have the right to disagree. But whatever has been done constitutionally should be respected by all.
“Let the judiciary decide whether (any) act is constitutional or unconstitutional,” he said.
The Minister said that it has become ‘fashion’ for some elements to say that we do not accept the Constitution, some say that the Constitution is not in our favour.
He said, “In cities we don’t feel it, but going deeper we see that some elements are emerging… it’s very disturbing… whatever is legal, legal, constitutional has to do with it. The protest is going on with a lot of heels.