The Supreme Court on Tuesday put on hold the implementation of the three farm laws passed by the Parliament till further orders.
SC sets up a committee to look into farmers’ grievances against new farms laws.
The court will form a four-member committee to hear farmers’ grievances against the laws, Chief Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde said during a hearing.
“This is not politics. There is a difference between politics and judiciary and you will have to cooperate”, says SC to farmer unions
SC seeks cooperation of farmers’ unions, says “those who genuinely want resolution, will go to the committee” on-farm laws
SC says it has the power to suspend the legislation in order to solve the problem
No power can prevent us from making a committee to resolve the impasse on new farm laws, says SC
We are concerned about protecting life and property of citizens, says SC on farmers’ protest
SC says the committee will comprise of Bhupinder Singh Mann of Bhartiya Kisan Union and Anil Ghanwat of Shetkeri Sangthana
SC says the other two members of the committee will be Pramod Kumar Joshi and agriculture economist Ashok Gulati