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After a series of govt-farmers talks on farm laws fails, SC indicates to put a stay

IndiaAfter a series of govt-farmers talks on farm laws fails, SC indicates to put a stay

Supreme Court said that some farmers have committed suicide, senior citizens and women are coming to join the agitation; what the hell is going on? To date, not a single petition has been filed stating that farm laws are good.

New Delhi: The Supreme Court has expressed concern over the lack of progress in negotiations between the central government and farmers and has asked the central government why the three laws should not be banned.

During the hearing, a division bench of Chief Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde, Justice AS Bopanna, and Justice V Ram Subramaniam, during the hearing, made remarks as to why to put a stay on the three agricultural reform laws until the committee constituted can submit a report.

Attorney General KK Venu Gopal, however, opposed the court’s advice to stay the laws. Justice Bobde asked, “Tell us if you ban farm laws or should we ban them.” Postpone these laws. This is wrong. We are not in favor of stopping this easily, but we want not to implement these laws at this time.

What the hell is going on?

The court said that some farmers have committed suicide and old men and women are joining the movement. What is going on? To date, not a single petition has been filed stating that farm laws are good.

Expressing concern over the lack of progress between the central government and the farmers, the Chief Justice said that eight rounds of talks were held between the farmers’ organizations and the government but no progress has been seen. The next meeting is scheduled for January 15.

After a long debate, the Attorney General asked the bench not to pass any order in haste, but Justice Bobde resented it, saying, “Mr. Attorney General, don’t lecture us on patience. Why shouldn’t we put a stay in a hurry?

While completing the hearing, Justice Bobde said that he will issue his order in the matter today or tomorrow. It is possible that a partial order can be issued today and actual order tomorrow.

[Hams Live]

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