The Supreme Court gave a big decision on the farmers’ movement today. In its judgment, the Supreme Court has stayed the implementation of all the three agricultural laws and constituted a committee of four members. The bench, headed by Chief Justice SA Bobde, ruled.
The Supreme Court said on Monday that the farmers’ concerns need to be placed before the committee.
Advocate ML Sharma on behalf of the farmers in the Supreme Court said that the farmers are not in favor of the committee and we want to return the laws. He said that farmers’ land will be sold.
The Chief Justice said, ‘We want the farmers to go to the committee, we want a solution to this issue and indefinite performance will not solve it.’ He said, ‘No one can stop us from forming a committee. The committee that will be formed will report to us.
CJI said that the committee we are making for ourselves and the committee will report to us. Anyone can go before the committee.
CJI’s comment; Said- this is not politics, we want a solution to the problem. We want to know the ground reality so we want to constitute the committee. The CJI said that yesterday, the lawyer for the farmers Dave said that the farmers will not take out a tractor rally on January 26. If farmers can go before the government then why not before the committee? If they want a solution to the problem then we do not want to hear that farmers will not appear before the committee. The CJI said that it is being heard that there is a preparation to disrupt the Republic Day program. The question is whether people want a solution or a problem. If you want a solution, then you cannot say that you will not go to the committee.
These four members are included in the Supreme Court committee
Jeetendra Singh Mann, President of BKU
Dr. Pramod Kumar Joshi, Head of International Policy
Ashok Gulati, Agricultural Economist,
Anil Dhanwat, Sivakeri Organization, Maharashtra.