Supreme Court stays the implementation of three farm laws
SC hearing on agricultural law is going on in which the Supreme Court has stayed the implementation of agriculture law.
New Delhi: The Supreme Court has stayed the implementation of the three agricultural laws passed by the central government. The Supreme Court gave this decision on Tuesday, along with the committee has been formed to resolve the issue.
This committee will comprise a total of four people, including Jitendra Singh Mann of the Indian Farmers Union, Drs. Pramod Kumar Joshi, Ashok Gulati (Agricultural Specialist) and Anil Shetkari.
Supreme Court put stay on Farm laws:
SC hearing on agricultural law is going on in which the Supreme Court has stayed the implementation of agriculture law. Along with this, the decision related to the implementation of its three laws has also been stopped. The Supreme Court has also constituted a 4-member committee, notice was also given to the farmers' organizations in the matter of organizing the tractor rally.
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When the lawyer appealed to repeal the law on behalf of Sansad Tiruchi Siva, the Chief Justice said that we have been told that the law is getting support in the South. On which the lawyer said that they are rallying against them every day in the south.
-Chief Justice said that they are ready to suspend the law, but not without any target.
A farmer lawyer said that the committee believed that the committee would mediate. On which the Chief Justice said that the committee will not mediate, but will resolve the issues.
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Please tell that the movement of farmers has completed almost 50 days. Thousands of farmers across the country have been demanding the government to repeal the agricultural laws, while sitting in the cold, setting a tent on the borders of Delhi, strangling the bones, although there is no reconciliation even after the government and the farmers negotiated at the 8th level. Nor did the decision come across. Prior to the Supreme Court's decision, Rajvir Singh Jadoun of the Bharatiya Kisan Union has said, "We would expect the court to order the abolition of laws and enact laws on the MSP."
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