Earlier in the day, Opposition parties opposed introduction of the Land Bill in Lok Sabha. However, Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan overruling Opposition objections allowed the government to introduce Land Acquisition Bill after which in the Lower House, Congress, TMC, AAP and Left parties staged walkout protesting introduction of the legislation.

The Opposition in the recent past had been giving out feelers that they will stay adamant on their stand of Opposing the Land Bill, rather will up the ante of protest against the bill.

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Asserting that the Centre's proposed amendments to the 2013 Land Acquisition Act will benefit only few corporates, Opposition parties said they will step up their fight against the new Land Bill both outside and inside the Parliament.

While the Left parties have planned nationwide protests to register their dissent, the Congress said there would be floor coordination among "like-minded" parties to combat the government in Rajya Sabha over the bill.

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"This bill will really help corporates and big business houses. So, it is not in the interest of farmers or those whose livelihood depends on agriculture. And right now, we do not have proper people-friendly land use policy,” CPI leader D Raja said.

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