Farmers protest: Supreme Court sends notice to Center, Punjab and Haryana, will hear the case tomorrow – Farmers Movement: SCA says resolve issue by forming committee, notice to Center, Punjab and Haryana government

News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi
Updated Wed, 16 December 2020 01:26 PM IST

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The apex court on Wednesday heard a petition seeking directions to the authorities to immediately remove farmers protesting against the three agricultural laws at the Delhi border. The apex court has also directed the farmers’ associations to form a party and resolve the matter by forming a committee. Along with this, the Central, Punjab and Haryana governments have issued notices and sought answers. There will be a further hearing on Thursday.

The court said Shaheen Bagh could not give an example
Chief Justice S.A. During the hearing before a bench headed by Bobde, the petitioner had referred the Shaheen Bagh case to the removal of farmers on the borders of Delhi. “There is no precedent in law and order,” the Chief Justice of India said. The court also asked who stopped the farmers from coming to Delhi. Which farmers’ organizations are blocking the way? The court said it would listen to farmers’ organizations. Asked the government why no agreement has been reached yet. Such issues should be resolved as soon as possible.

Chief Justice S.A. Bobade, Justice A.S. A division bench of Bopanna and V. Ramasubramaniam allowed the farmers’ associations to form parties. The court asked Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for the Center, to form a committee comprising representatives of the government, unions, government and other appointees in India to resolve the issue. At the same time, he said it would soon become a national issue and did not seem to be resolved by the government.

The apex court on Wednesday heard a petition seeking directions to the authorities to immediately remove the farmers protesting against the three agricultural laws at the Delhi border. The apex court has also directed the farmers’ associations to form a party and resolve the matter by forming a committee. Along with this, the Central, Punjab and Haryana governments have issued notices and sought answers. A further hearing will be held on Thursday.

The court said Shaheen Bagh could not give an example

Chief Justice S.A. During the hearing before a bench headed by Bobde, the petitioner had referred the Shaheen Bagh case to the removal of farmers on the borders of Delhi. In this regard, the Chief Justice of India said, “No precedent can be given in the case of law and order.” The court also asked who stopped the farmers from coming to Delhi. Which farmers’ organizations are blocking the way? The court said it would listen to farmers’ organizations. Asked the government why no agreement has been reached yet. Such issues should be resolved as soon as possible.

Chief Justice S.A. Bobade, Justice A.S. A division bench of Bopanna and V. Ramasubramaniam allowed the farmers’ associations to form parties. The court asked Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for the Center, to form a committee comprising representatives of the Government of India, unions, government and other appointees to resolve the issue. With that said it will soon become a national issue and does not seem to be resolved by the government.

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