Opponents or supporters of farm laws, all farmers should present their case before the committee: Supreme Court

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The Supreme Court has today set up farm laws and Peasant movement (Farmers Movement) in the hearing said that we cannot curb peaceful protest. We think that this should stop the implementation of agricultural laws Extraordinary order Shall be regarded as an achievement of the purpose of such protest, at least for the present and it will encourage farmer organizations to understand how to protect the life and health of their members and protect the lives and property of others For, and will go back to regain their livelihood. The Supreme Court said that the case would be heard after eight weeks.

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The Supreme Court said that several rounds of talks were held, no solution was reached. Till now, the farmers have agitated peacefully without any untoward incident. All those who are opposing the farmers’ organization laws or who are in support, will put their point before the committee. With this expectation and expectation, they are giving interim orders that both the sides will take it with the right spirit and will try to solve problems in a fair, just and equitable manner.

The Supreme Court said that before the enactment of the agricultural laws, the minimum support price system in existence will be maintained till the next order. In addition, farmers’ land will be protected. That is, no farmer will be denied his title as a result of any action taken under the Agricultural Law. The Supreme Court said that with the formation of the committee, a conducive environment can be created for dialogue between the farmers’ organizations and the center and the trust and confidence of the farmers can be improved.

The committee is constituted for the purpose of listening to the grievances of farmers related to agricultural laws and the views of the government and making recommendations. This committee will be provided secretarial assistance along with a place in Delhi by the government. All the expenses for organizing the meeting for the committee in Delhi or elsewhere will be borne by the Central Government. Representatives of all farmers’ bodies, whether or not they are holding a protest and they support or oppose the laws, will participate in the deliberations of the committee and put forth their points of view. The committee, after hearing the representatives of the government as well as farmers’ bodies and other stakeholders, will submit a report before this court containing their recommendations. This will be done within two months from the first sitting date. The first meeting will be held within ten days from the date of the order.

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The committee comprises Bhupendra Singh Mann, National President, Bharatiya Kisan Union and All India Farmers Coordination Committee, Dr. Pramod Kumar Joshi, Agricultural Economist, Director of South Asia, International Food Policy Research Institute, Ashok Gulati, Agricultural Economist and Agricultural Cost and Price Commission Former president and Anil Ghanwat, president, are centenary organizations.

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