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This is the 23rd day of the peasant movement against the three new agricultural laws. Farmers are adamant on returning the law. Meanwhile the government is trying to persuade the farmers in different ways. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will join the farmers’ convention in Madhya Pradesh today through video conferencing. They will show the benefits of agricultural law.


  • Farmers protesting on the Singhu border in Delhi have said that the Prime Minister should talk to the farmers. Agriculture will not give up its fight against the law.
  • Farmers say they are preparing for a long fight against agricultural laws. More tents are being set up in view of the cold.

Modi’s appeal – Agriculture Minister must read the letter
2 days ago Agriculture Minister Narendrasinh Tomar addressed a farmers convention in Gwalior. He said the new laws are in the interest of farmers. Tomar also wrote a letter on Thursday to address other concerns, including the Minimum Support Price (MSP). Modi shared it on social media and urged farmers as well as the entire country to read Tomar’s letter.

The Supreme Court said – the government should think of a way to catch the law
For the second day in a row, the Supreme Court has heard a petition seeking removal of farmers from the roads. The court said farmers have the right to protest, but no one’s property or life should be endangered. Also advised to change the way of protest, no city can be jammed. The court also asked the government – can you stop the agricultural laws until the hearing of this case is completed?

There are no rules for enforcing new agricultural laws, such as the CAA has not been created.
Former Lok Sabha general secretary PDT Acharya answered questions regarding the Supreme Court’s comment on agricultural law.

Can any law be stopped?
The executive has the right to run the bill. There are rules and guidelines for implementation. The rules of enforcement of agricultural laws are not yet applicable. That is, it does not apply, then how can we stop them.

Has this ever happened before this bill was passed in Parliament and was not implemented?
The biggest example of this is the Citizenship Law Amendment Act (CAA). It was passed by Parliament last year. However, rules and guidelines for the implementation of this law have not yet been formulated. Therefore, this law is still in cold storage.

What if the government makes rules soon?
If the Supreme Court so wishes, it can also order not to make rules until the case is over.

What does the Supreme Court want?
There is no progress in the dialogue between the government and the farmers. The court is investigating whether the laws can be neutralized as long as negotiations continue. I think the court’s move is in the direction of a settlement.

Can any government bring an ordinance to repeal the law?
No. A session of Parliament is the only option to repeal or repeal any law. By the way, stopping law enforcement, making rules is not a more effective way.