committee set up by the Supreme Court will not be able to resolve the crisis on agriculture law: Sukhbir Badal


Shiromani Akali Dal chief Sukhbir Singh Badal (file photo)


The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) chief Sukhbir Singh Badal on Tuesday claimed that the committee constituted by the Supreme Court in resolving the deadlock between the Center and farmers since rejecting the demand of farmers to withdraw the disputed agricultural laws. Will not be able to play. He said that ‘Kisan Shakti’ has the power to ‘wipe out’ the BJP. After holding ward level meetings in Nawanshahar, Banga and Phagwara, Badal was talking to the media. He said that the committee set up by the apex court would not play any ‘creative role’ after the central government turned down the demand for withdrawal of all three agricultural laws.

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It is noteworthy that on January 11, the Supreme Court had constituted a four-member committee to consider three disputed laws. Thousands of farmers have been protesting against these laws on the borders of Delhi for nearly two months. Bhupinder Singh Mann, a member of the committee, has distanced himself from it. Badal said that the Shiromani Akali Dal would meet with like-minded parties in the upcoming parliament session to ‘re-establish the federal structure’ in the country. He demanded the BJP government not to use the National Investigation Agency (NIA) against the peasant leaders. Badal said that NIA is used against terrorism and it should not be ‘misused’.

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