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Supreme Court bans 3 new agricultural laws, decided to set up committee to negotiate

A bench of Chief Justice of India SA Bobde, Justice AS Bopanna and Justice V Ramasubramanian is hearing the case.




The Supreme Court on Tuesday banned the implementation of 3 new agricultural laws. This moratorium will continue till further orders. Apart from this, the court has decided to set up a committee to discuss the deadlock between farmers and the government. Explain that farmers have been agitating on the Delhi border for more than a month in protest against the new agricultural laws. A bench of Chief Justice of India SA Bobde, Justice AS Bopanna and Justice V Ramasubramanian is hearing the case. Good News! Even if FD is closed before time, penalty will not be given, know which bank is providing this special facility

The bench said that an order in this regard will be passed. The committee will look into the complaints of farmers regarding three new agricultural laws. During the hearing, the court demanded cooperation from agitating farmers and clarified that no power can stop the court from setting up a committee to resolve the deadlock on the disputed agricultural laws.

Committee will be to know the clear picture of the case

Actually during the hearing Advocate ML Sharma, who filed a petition challenging the agricultural laws, told the court that the farmers have said that they will not appear before any committee constituted by the court. The Chief Justice of India said that the committee is for us. Those who want a solution to the issue will be presented before the committee. It will not pass an order to punish you, it will only submit a report to the court. Budget 2021: Budget will be completely paperless, it will be for the first time in the history of independent India

The CJI said that we are forming a committee for a clear picture of the case. We do not want to hear the argument that farmers will not be presented before the committee. We are trying to solve the problem. If the farmers want to continue the movement indefinitely then they wish.

Center was reprimanded on Monday

Hearing several petitions challenging the new agricultural laws and demonstrations of farmers running along the Delhi border, the Supreme Court on Monday lashed out at the government and said the government was not handling the case properly. is. The Chief Justice of India (CJI) had said that if something went wrong we would all be responsible. So far, not a single petition has been filed in the court, which says that the new agricultural laws are good. The way the process of handling the case is going on, it is disappointing to see it.

The CJI had asked the government during the hearing whether new agricultural laws could be stopped from being implemented for some time? This is so that a committee is formed and both the government and the farmers can put their side before it. If the government does not want to stop the implementation of new agricultural laws, then the Supreme Court will stop it.

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