Farmers Protest: During the hearing in the Supreme Court, farmers advocate MS Sharma (ML Sharma) said, ‘Farmers have complained that so far many people have come to discuss the matter, but Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) Why not come to the meeting?
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday, hearing the petitions filed against the new agricultural laws and the farmers’ movement, stopped the implementation of the Central Agricultural Laws. This restriction will continue till the next order. Chief Justice SA Bobde said that we are prohibiting the implementation of the three agricultural laws till the final decision.
PM Modi mentioned during the hearing
Supreme Court ( Supreme Court ) said the lawyer of the farmers during the hearing Ms Sharma (ML Sharma), ‘so far that the complaint are farmers demonstrated at the borders of Delhi, many people have come to discuss the matter, but Why doesn’t Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) attend the meeting?
Can’t say to the Prime Minister: Chief Justice
Chief Justice SA Bobde (CJI SA Bobde) said, “We cannot ask the Prime Minister to come to the meeting, because there are no parties in this case.” After this, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta said that the Agriculture Minister is talking and this is his department.
The Supreme Court constituted the committee
The Supreme Court, while prohibiting the implementation of the laws, constituted a committee to resolve the issue, which would comprise a total of four people. The committee comprises HS Mann, Dr Pramod Kumar Joshi of the Indian Farmers Union, Ashok Gulati, an agricultural expert and Anil Dhanwat, president of the Shetkari Sangathan.