Agriculture Law: Farmers reach Supreme Court against Central Government - Newztezz Online


Friday, December 11, 2020

Agriculture Law: Farmers reach Supreme Court against Central Government

New Delhi:
 Not only is the name of the farmers agitation decreasing with regard to new agricultural laws. This movement is increasing day by day. Now this matter has reached the Supreme Court. Indian Farmers Union has filed a petition in the court. The farmers are adamant on demanding the repeal of the three laws.

The petition challenges all three agricultural laws. Earlier yesterday, the farmers organization has made it clear that if their demands are not met, they will block the rail tracks and will announce the date soon. Talking to the media on the Singhu border, the farmers unions said that they would intensify the protests and start jamming all the highways leading to the national capital.

At the same time, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has demanded the farmers to end their agitation and talk on the amendment proposal. He said that if the farmers have any objection to any issue of the proposal sent by the government, then the government is ready to discuss it with an open mind.

Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar also said with Piyush Goyal that it is not appropriate to announce the next phase of agitation by farmers in the middle of the process of negotiations. He said that the government is fully ready for talks. He hoped that some way will come out through talks.

In a tweet on Friday, PM Narendra Modi referred to the recent press conference held by Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar in the case of farmer agitation and appealed to people to listen to him. PM Modi wrote, My two cabinet colleagues Narendra Singh Tomar ji and Piyush Goyal ji have talked in detail about the new agricultural laws and the demands of the farmers.

Do listen to this It is noteworthy that farmers have been demonstrating on the borders of Delhi for the last several days. Thousands of farmers are stuck here amidst cold and corona infections.

The farmers say that by the time the law is withdrawn, they will not end the agitation and intensify their fight. However, the government is constantly trying to resolve this issue. The government has agreed to amend the laws, but the farmers are adamant on repealing the laws.

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