Tomorrow The Supreme Court Will Pronounce The Decision Regarding The Validity Of Agricultural Laws

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The Supreme Court on Tuesday will pass orders on petitions challenging the constitutional validity of agricultural laws. During the hearing on petitions related to the Kisan movement, the Supreme Court said on Monday that the implementation of the Agricultural Law should be stopped. It is believed that the Supreme Court may set up a high-level committee headed by a former Chief Justice with the intention of resolving this deadlock. The Supreme Court can also order in pieces in this case. In this regard, this information has been uploaded on the court website later.

Chief Justice SA Bobde said that the court feels that the central government is not handling the issue properly, so we will have to take some action in this regard. This is a very serious matter. On behalf of the government, the court said that the central government and farmer organizations met recently, in which it has been decided that the discussion will continue and through this, a solution will be found.

The Chief Justice expressed displeasure that the way the government is trying to resolve the issue, we are not happy with it. We do not know what you did before passing the law. The Supreme Court said that we propose that a committee be formed to address the issues of farmers. We also propose that the implementation of the law be stopped. You can plead on this.

During the hearing, Attorney General KK Venugopal said that the court cannot stay the law until it is found that the law has passed without legislative competence and the law is violating fundamental rights. The court said that you (center) have not handled it properly, we will have to take some action today. After this, CGI Sharad Arvind Bovde asked if the laws could not be stopped from being implemented for some time?

After this, the Attorney General said that the agitating farmers had planned to take out a tractor march on Rajpath on the occasion of Republic Day. Its purpose is to disrupt the Republic Day parade. This will harm the image of the country. However, farmers advocate Dushyant Dave said that nothing like this would happen. No tractor will run on Rajpath on Republic Day. We are not in favor of any kind of violence. We should only be allowed to visit Ramlila Ground.

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