The Supreme Court on Tuesday stayed the implementation of Central Agricultural Laws. The top court, while hearing a petition on the farmers’ protest, stopped the implementation of these laws. However, even after the decision of the court, the farmers are not ready to end their agitation and they say that the movement will continue till the law is repealed.
The movement will continue till the demand is met: Rakesh Tikait
Rakesh Tikait, general secretary of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, said after the Supreme Court’s decision, ‘The movement will go on till the law is repealed. Farmers’ organizations will study the order of the court, so that further strategy can be decided. He said, ‘Once the court decides, we will call a meeting of the core committee and discuss it with our legal team. After this, we will decide what to do.
The Supreme Court constituted the committee
The Supreme Court, while prohibiting the implementation of the laws, constituted a committee to resolve the issue, which would comprise a total of four people. The committee includes Jitendra Singh Mann of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, Dr. Pramod Kumar Joshi, agricultural expert Ashok Gulati and the president of the Shetkari organization Anil Dhanwat.
Supreme court issued notice to farmers
On January 26, the court issued notice to the farmers’ organizations on the plea of the central government to ban the tractor rally of farmers and sought answers. There will be a hearing on this issue on Monday. Regarding the tractor rally, Rakesh Tikait said that as per the plan on January 26, tractor rally will continue and farmers will not leave the boundaries.