Naidu, who is Minister for Parliamentary Affairs and Urban Development, also referred to a recent incident in Mumbai.
Venkaiah Naidu did not buy the argument that there is a deadlock on the Bill as the Opposition is firm on opposing it.
Chief Minister Anandiben Patel had announced relaxation in crop damage scheme for farmers.
Narendra Modi is running the country, not the government, said Venkaiah Naidu.
‘We are ready for some compromises for the larger good and for the bill to get passed’ said Naidu.
Congress members, including Jyotiraditya Scindia and K C Venugopal, protested the Minister’s statement.
Defending the removal of the five-year cap for returning acquired land if a project is not completed, Naidu said it often takes years to develop a project.
Interestingly, suspended TMC MLA Swapan Kanti Ghosh touched the feet of Mukul Roy on the Parliament premises.
The task force will draw up concrete action plans for development of Ajmer, Allahabad and Visakhapatnam as Smart Cities.
The minister said the formation of the coalition government was a happy occasion for BJP workers.
The Budget Session will be taking up six Ordinances from Monday, to convert them into Bills in the coming days.
Naidu said it was he, in fact, who was being insulted as a minister.
Naidu strongly defended the government on the ordinances on coal and land and said that the land ordinance is not anti-farmer.
Emotive issue as it concerns farmers, needs to be addressed, says Venkaiah.
As many as 20 bills are ready for introduction and consideration and passing.