Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) President Sharad Pawar on Tuesday constituted a four-member committee to ban the implementation of three new agricultural laws and resolve the deadlock between the government and farmer organizations. Welcomed the order of the Supreme Court to go. Thousands of farmers have been protesting on the borders of Delhi for more than a month, demanding the repeal of three new agricultural laws. Pawar said in a tweet, “The Supreme Court’s order banning the implementation of the three agricultural laws and setting up a four-member committee to resolve the issue is welcome”.
Opponents or supporters of agricultural laws, all farmers should present their case before the committee: Supreme Court
The Supreme Court on Tuesday intended to end the impasse between the government and the unions of farmers who are protesting on the borders of Delhi with three new agricultural laws, till the next order on the implementation of these laws till the next order, on the problems of farmers A four-member committee was constituted for consideration.
The bench announced the names of Bharatiya Kisan Union President Bhupinder Singh Mann, Shetkari Sangathan Chairman Anil Ghanwat, Director of International Food Policy and Research Institute of South Asia, Dr. Pramod Joshi and Agricultural Economist Ashok Gulati for this committee.
Supreme Court bans implementation of all three agricultural laws till further order
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