Supreme Court to hear pleas related to agricultural laws and farmer movement on Supreme Court to hear pleas on farm laws, ongoing farmers agitation at Delhi borders

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Hearing in petitions related to agricultural laws today in top court (symbolic photo)

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As the deadlock in the government’s interaction with the protesting farmers’ organizations continues, the Supreme Court has been involved in several petitions challenging the new farm laws and farmers protests on the Delhi border Petitions will be heard on Monday. The hearing to be held on Monday by a bench headed by Chief Justice SA Bobde is important as the next meeting between the Center and farmer leaders is scheduled on 15 January.

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There was no solution in the eighth round of talks between the Center and farmer organizations on January 7 as the Center refused to repeal the controversial law, while the farmer leaders said that they are ready to fight till the last breath and His “return home” will be only after “return of law”.

The Center had told the apex court on the last date that a “healthy discussion” is going on between him and the farmers’ organizations on all issues and there is a possibility that both sides will reach a solution in the near future.
The court had then assured the government that if it would tell her that a solution is possible through negotiation, then it would not hear on January 11.

The court had said, “We understand the situation and encourage discussion.” We can postpone the case on Monday (11 January) if you request it because of the ongoing negotiation process. “

After the eighth round of talks, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that no conclusion could be reached as the farmer leaders suggested no alternative to their demand to repeal the law.

The Consortium of Indian Farmers ‘Association (CIFA), a farmers’ association, moved the Supreme Court supporting the three agricultural laws and requested to be made parties in the case. He said that the laws are “beneficial” for the farmers and will lead to development and growth in agriculture. The Supreme Court had earlier issued notices to the Central Government on several petitions filed regarding the three disputed agricultural laws and sought its response.

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