20 days have passed since the agitation by the farmers in the suburbs of the capital to repeal the agricultural laws brought by the Central Government. The Supreme Court has taken up the issue. Advised the Central Government to suspend the implementation. CJ SA Bobde said the apex court was hearing a petition filed by farmers protesting against the movement and protests on the borders of Delhi. The Supreme Court did not issue any orders as the farmers’ unions did not appear in court.
The apex court also made key remarks to the central government on the occasion. Justice Bobde said the government should look into the possibility of halting the implementation of the controversial agricultural laws. Responding to this, Justice Bobde said that not in advance, please consider the advice. In the meantime, notices should be issued to the farmer associations. The next hearing is set for winter vacation. Not only that .. The Supreme Court has made it clear that farmers have the right to protest.