- SC has formed committee for farmers’ doubts on agricultural laws
- Farmer leaders have said, they will discuss with the government, will not go before the committee
- Have said, the members of the committee have supported the new agricultural laws
Kisan Aandolan: Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar has said that in the committee set up by the Supreme Court to end the deadlock over farm laws, “fully independent” individuals Should have been appointed. Significantly, the Supreme Court on Tuesday prohibited the implementation of new agricultural laws to end the deadlock between the central government and the farmers who are protesting on the borders of Delhi. Formation of four member committee did. Former Union Minister Pawar told reporters here that agitating farmers do not have faith in the committee as it has been said that its members have previously supported the new agricultural laws of the Center.
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He said, “That is why the farmers do not think that a solution will be found by discussing with the committee. I agree with them. It would have been better if independent (de facto independent) persons were appointed. “Pawar had on Tuesday welcomed the Supreme Court’s decision to ban the implementation of agricultural laws and constitute a committee.
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The committee comprises Bhupinder Singh Mann, national chairman of the All India Farmers Coordination Committee, Dr. Pramod Kumar Joshi, director of the International Food Policy and Research Institute of South Asia, agricultural economist and former chairman of the Agricultural Product Cost and Price Commission Ashok Gulati and Shetkari. The president of the organization, Anil Ghanwat, has been included. However, on Thursday, Mann said that he was separating himself from the committee in view of the feelings and concerns of the farmer unions.
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