The Supreme Court on Tuesday heard petitions challenging the validity of three agricultural laws enacted in September last year and in this hearing the Supreme Court has stayed all three agricultural laws. Today’s hearing has been completed and the Supreme Court has ordered that the implementation of the three laws stay. Along with this, a committee has also been formed.
The Supreme Court has issued a notice on the petition filed by the Delhi Police on the possibility of disrupting the Republic Day parade. The Chief Justice said that we are issuing notice on the petition of the Solicitor General. It will be heard on Monday. All parties should be given a copy of the petition.
Chief Justice said that we have also heard that banned organizations are also engaged in the movement. The CJI asked the Attorney General if you confirmed it. Attorney General KK Venugopal said that we want to say that Khalistanis have infiltrated the protests. CJI said – you give an affidavit on this till tomorrow. This does not mean that we will not order the entire matter today. The order arrives today. You should answer on this aspect till tomorrow.
Advocate Vikas Singh, who was supporting the agitators, told the Supreme Court that people should get a place in Ramlila Maidan. Where the media can also see them. On this, the court raised the question and asked whether anyone has applied to the administration for the rally yet? The Chief Justice said in his statement that we will say in the order that farmers can apply for permission of the Delhi Police Commissioner for protests at Ramlila Maidan or other places.