SC stays implementation of farm laws

By Nehru.T Jan. 12, 2021, 06:35 pm IST
SC stays implementation of farm laws
Forms four men committee to resolve the issue
The farmers of Haryana, Punjab and Uttarpradesh in in thousands, who have been protesting the new farming laws got little bit relief from supreme court . The top court has suspends the implementation of these new policy. The farmers have been organizing rallies and opposing the new farm laws, which are suspected to be the against the rights of the farming community and those new policies are only to protect the corporate homes like Ambani and Adani. The farming unions and organizations working for farmers have been demanding the union government to save farmers and protect the society from the clutches of the corporate houses. The Supreme Court on Tuesday stayed the implementation of the farm laws until further orders. The court also formed a four-member committee comprising of HS Mann, Pramod Kumar Joshi, Ashok Gulati and Anil Dhanwant to get a clearer picture of the three farm laws. Hearing a bunch of petitions challenging the three farm laws passed by the government and removal of protesting farmers from Delhi entry points, the apex court said that farmers agitating on Delhi borders cannot sit on an indefinite protest.
"We're concerned about the validity of the farm laws and also about protecting life and property of citizens affected by protests. We are trying to solve the problem in accordance with the powers we have. One of the powers we've is to suspend the legislation and make a committee," Chief Justice of India SA Bobde said. "This committee will be for us. All of you people who are expected to solve the issue will go before this committee. It will not pass an order or punish you, it will only submit a report to us," he added. The court also said that it is forming a committee, adding that the farmers can go on an indefinite strike if they want to.
"We are forming a committee so that we have a clearer picture. We don't want to hear arguments that farmers will not go to the committee. We are looking to solve the problem. If you (farmers) want to agitate indefinitely, you can do so," the bench said.

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