Today is the second day of hearing in the Supreme Court regarding the peasant movement.
- The court further said that we want to settle this matter according to our powers. Based on the powers we have, we can suspend the implementation of the law and set up a committee.
- Chief Justice said that we are concerned about the validity of the law and the death of a person or destruction of property during the movement.
- Chief Justice SA Bobde said that we will say in our interim order that there will be no contract on the land of the farmers.
In the hearing on Monday, the court said to stop the implementation of the laws
During the hearing of the petitions by the court, the bench headed by Chief Justice SA Bobde said that they cannot stop the law but can stop the implementation of the law. The court had told the central government that either you should stop implementing the law or we will impose it. Apart from this, the court also suggested to form a committee.
To this, senior advocate KK Venugopal said that there is a history of the court that it has not put any restriction on any law passed by Parliament. Apart from this, the court also demanded the consent of farmer organizations to join the committee. The government filed an affidavit on Monday, stating that they would not repeal the law.
The court rebuked the central government and said that if there is any kind of violence in the movement, then who will take responsibility for it. The court further said that people are dying in the movement and we are not finding a solution to it. Apart from this, the court asked the government to find a solution and asked to form a committee for the benefit of farmers.
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