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Farmers Protest: Supreme Court slams Centre on Farm Laws

We are not experts on economy; you tell us whether govt is going to put on hold farm laws or we will do this, SC tells Centre.

Yogita S.

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Published on 11 Jan 2021 7:05 AM GMT

Farmers Protest: Supreme Court slams Centre on Farm Laws
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New Delhi: Amid the farmers' agitation, a hearing is going on in the Supreme Court regarding the validity of agricultural laws. The validity of agricultural laws has been challenged by ML Sharma, a farmers' organization and lawyer.

The petition said that the central government did not have the right to enact laws on subjects related to agriculture. Also, there has been a demand to repeal the law.

Hearing in Supreme Court on agrarian laws and movement on borders

In fact, it has been almost 50 days since the agitation by farmers' organizations against the agricultural laws of the Modi government. The issue not yet finalised between the farmers and the government, although the ninth level talks are to be held on January 15, but before that, the Supreme Court is hearing today in the case of the validity of agricultural laws and farmers' performance on the border.

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The Supreme Court has started hearing on petitions related to the farmers' movement. The government said in the court that the two sides met recently. In which it has been decided that the discussion will continue.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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