He expressed confidence the land Bill and the Goods and Services Tax Bill would pass muster in the current budget session of Parliament.

"Let the session be over. I don't think they will not be passed," Shah said when asked about the fate of key reforms  measures like land bill and GST Bill.
With a united opposition dubbing the land bill "anti- farmer", Shah the legislation did not have any anti-farmer clause following amendments brought by the government and suggested that the opposition to it was due to political considerations.
"I think that if a Bill is good on merit then it should not be opposed due to political reasons," he said when asked if his party was disappointed over the opposition's stand.
He, however, parried queries at a press conference on  Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi's repeated attack on Modi and the government over farmer issues and said let Union minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal answer him.

"Let Harsimrat answer Rahul Gandhi. Do not bring me into this," he said.

 She had attacked Gandhi on Wednesday in Lok Sabha after he highlighted problems being faced by farmers in Punjab and advised him instead to tour his constituency Amethi.

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