After a long debate, the Supreme Court has finally put a stop to the implementation of the new agricultural laws of the Modi government. The CJI said that this moratorium is indefinite. The court has also formed a 4-member committee to solve the problems of farmers and the deadlock with the government.
The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court again said, ‘We will postpone the implementation of the agricultural law, but not indefinitely. Our aim is just to create a positive environment. There should not be that kind of negative thing like ML Sharma did at the beginning of the hearing today. Farmers’ lawyer Sharma had said that farmers will not go to the committee. Law should be repealed.
For the committee, the Indian Farmers Union suggested the names of Justice Markandey Katju and Justice Kurian Joseph on its behalf. On this, the CJI said that we will constitute the committee according to our own.CJI said, ‘You see how many people have to come. Whether they have weapons or not. It will be the right of the police how they allow the Moratorium.
Attorney General KK Venugopal said, ‘Some Khalistani organizations are being talked about. It is being said that some such people will come to Delhi. Where will those people come and where will they go? Where to live … Don’t know about it. We will submit the IB report to the court tomorrow.
Regarding the committee, the Supreme Court made it clear, ‘This committee will be for us. People associated with this issue will appear before the committee. The committee will not give any order, nor will anyone punish. It will only hand over the report to us. We are concerned about the legality of agricultural laws. At the same time, farmers also care about the life and property of the people affected by the movement. We are trying to resolve the issue by staying within our boundaries.
CJI said- ‘Yesterday these people had said that they would talk to the farmer and tell about the Protest. He hasn’t come yet. What is the matter?’ Harish Salve said, ‘this is what I am saying is not so easy. There are so many organizations. Nobody knows anything. Sikhs for Justice is a different kind of organization. Those people are present there. How to talk further. Therefore, the court should say that anyone who wants to come to the committee should come.
The Bharatiya Kisan Sangh, which claimed to have 30 lakh members, supported the formation of the committee, but opposed the ban on the implementation of the laws. The organization of fruit-producing farmers also demanded not to ban the laws. At the same time, the Attorney General also welcomed the formation of the committee.