On Monday, the Supreme Court took a strong stand on the issue of three new agricultural laws and the farmers’ movement. While the court reprimanded the central government, the farmers also asked if they were ready to leave the way.
The court said in clear words to the central government that we do not know how the government is dealing with these laws. Chief Justice SA Bobde told the government, ‘If you have understanding then do not follow these laws. We are going to stop their implementation, will the farmers leave the way? ‘
On Monday, all the petitions related to the Kisan agitation were presided over by Chief Justice Bobde of the Supreme Court and Justice S.K. s. A bench of Bopanna and Justice V. Subramaniam heard. The Supreme Court clearly told Attorney General KK Venugopal, appearing on behalf of the Central Government, that you should stop these laws or we will impose them.
People are dying and we’re not stopping
The petitioner’s counsel said that only the disputed parts should be stayed, but the court said that no, we will stay the entire law. The Supreme Court further said that people are dying and we are not stopping the laws.
Court said – quite a delicate situation
The apex court said that we are very disappointed with the way negotiations are going on between the government and farmers regarding the new agricultural laws. The court further said that your states are rebelling against the laws.
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