BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modis reaction on SC verdict staying implementation of Farm Laws – BJP’s reaction to SC’s order regarding agricultural laws, Sushil Modi said this ..

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Sushil Kumar Modi said, all parties should respect the Supreme Court’s first (file photo)

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Farm Laws: The first response from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has come on the Supreme Court’s order to stop the implementation of the three agricultural laws. BJP leader and Rajya Sabha MP Sushil Kumar Modi tweeted, “To form a four-member committee to negotiate the issue of farmers by putting an interim ban on the implementation of new agricultural laws.” Supreme Court’s decision This is an important initiative towards solution. In another tweet, he said, ‘Now all parties should respect the initiative of the Supreme Court and create an atmosphere of mutual trust.’

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Significantly, the Supreme Court on Tuesday set up a high-level committee to consider the doubts and grievances of the farmers, along with stopping the implementation of the three controversial laws in an effort to find a solution to the situation arising out of the farmers’ movement on the borders of Delhi. The court has suggested names of Harsimrat Mann, agricultural economist Ashok Gulati, Dr. Pramod Kumar Joshi (former Director National Agricultural Research Management), Anil Dhanwat as members of the committee. However, farmer leaders have said that they do not want to take part in any action before any committee appointed by the SC.

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Farmer leader Dr. Darshan Pal Singh said that today we had a meeting with Punjab Farmers Organizations. Tomorrow we will hold a meeting of the entire United Farmers Front. Yesterday we had told in the press note that if the Supreme Court will form a committee, then we do not approve. We feel that what the government could not do, it is doing through the Supreme Court. Farmer leader Balbir Singh Rajewal said, ‘We think it is the mischief of the government that they brought the committee through the Supreme Court. All the members of the committee have been justifying the government. These people have been justifying the laws by writing articles in the press. So what to say in front of such a committee. This movement of ours will continue. Even if the people of this committee change tomorrow, we will not go before the committee. This struggle of ours is indefinite. We will continue the movement in a peaceful manner.

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