farmers protest | The report of the Supreme Court Committee on Agriculture Act has been prepared and a hearing will be held soon
New Delhi: For the last several days, farmers have been protesting at the gates of Delhi demanding repeal of new agricultural laws. Central Government and to withdraw the movement Agitating farmers A number of meetings were held between them, but no settlement was reached. Finally this case Supreme CourtGone. A committee was constituted on behalf of the Supreme Court to study cases related to agricultural laws and farmers’ agitation. The report of the committee constituted by the Supreme Court regarding the Agriculture Act of the Central Government has been completed and this report has been submitted to the Supreme Court by the committee. The report has been submitted by the committee in a sealed envelope. The court may hear the matter soon.
On January 12, the Supreme Court had constituted a four-member committee. Bhupinder Singh Mann, leader of the Indian Farmers’ Union, had resigned as a member of the committee. However, the other three members were Anil Ghanwat Shetkari Sanghatana, agriculture expert Ashok Gulati and Pramod Joshi. On the working of this committee Agitating farmers The unions had boycotted. However, some pro-government farmers’ organizations were meeting the committee and presenting their views. According to the committee, discussions were held with 85 farmers’ associations in 18 states. It also includes the states of Punjab, Maharashtra, Kerala, Delhi and Karnataka.
This report by the committee In the Supreme Court Is presented. The committee has submitted the report in a sealed envelope and a court hearing may begin soon. It is learned that the committee constituted by the apex court had submitted its report to the court on March 19. Meanwhile, what exactly is in this report, has not yet been revealed. But it remains to be seen whether a new solution emerges from the committee’s report as a mediating way to end the agitation.
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