Farm Laws hearing in SC Live News: The SC has suspended the implementation of three farm laws until further orders.
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Farm Laws hearing News: Farmer union leaders on Tuesday said said that they won’t accept any Committee for the resolution, and all they want is repeal of all three laws. They said they won’t get into discussion with members of the Committee as their fight is about complete rollback of the laws, not some changes.
Earlier, the Congress questioned the selection of members to be part of the Committee proposed by the Supreme Court. Addressing a press conference, Randeep Singh Surejewala said that all four members who have been named as members of the Committee have publicly taken a position that these three laws will benefit the farmers.
In a major decision, the Supreme Court stayed the implementation of farm laws until further orders. The top court also set up four-member committee to break the deadlock between farmers and the Centre. Among the members of the committee are Bhupinder Singh Mann of Bhartiya Kisan Union, Anil Ghanwat of Shetkeri Sangthana, Pramod Kumar Joshi and agriculture economist Ashok Gulati.
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On Monday, the attorney general said that many organizations had come to the Centre and stated that the three farm laws are progressive and that the government should not give in to the protests. To this, CJI Bobde said that there was not a single pleading before it which said that laws were oppressive. "Let those farmer unions who say it is progressive say that before the committee. But you have to tell us whether you stay the farm acts or we do it. Keep it in abeyance. What is the issue? We are not in favour of easily staying a law but we want to say don’t implement law," the SC said.