It is clear that the farmers’ unions who discussed the Supreme Court proposal will continue to agitate till the cultivation laws are repealed

A petition seeking repeal of cultivation laws was heard in the Supreme Court today. The Supreme Court has indicated that the issue can be resolved through negotiations. For this .. the center has revealed that they want to set up a committee with the farmers. In this context, the farmer associations met and discussed. Farmers’ unions said they would consult with four senior lawyers to make a decision.

A petition seeking repeal of cultivation laws was heard in the Supreme Court today. The Supreme Court has indicated that the issue can be resolved through negotiations. For this .. the center has revealed that they want to set up a committee with the farmers. In this context, the farmer associations met and discussed. Farmers’ unions said they would consult with four senior lawyers to make a decision. He said the proposal to set up a special committee to discuss the repeal of the laws would also be responded to after consultation with lawyers. Leaders of the farmers’ unions have made it clear that even if there are talks, the concerns will continue as usual across the country in parallel. “Our main demand is to repeal the new cultivation laws and there is no alternative,” he said. Farmers’ union leaders are adamant that there is no point in withdrawing their concerns without repealing the cultivation laws.

On the other hand, the All India Farmers ‘Coordinating Struggle Group was incensed that the Centre’s attitude towards farmers’ concerns was bad. It accused the central government of showing delay in accepting the fair demands of the farmers. Leaders said that the Center was humiliating the farmers with daily arguments. The Farmer Coordinating Struggle Group has warned that concerns could escalate further if the new cultivation laws are not withdrawn immediately.

Earlier, cultivation laws and farmers’ concerns were heard in the Supreme Court. The court clarified that it would initially hold an inquiry into the issue of eviction of the concerned farmers. The Supreme Court has ruled that farmers have the right to protest. The protests should not lead to property and loss of life. She said the issue could be resolved through talks. The Center has revealed that it wants to set up a committee with the farmers. We want to hear the response of the farmer associations.

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