The Supreme Court has put a stay order on the implementation of the three agricultural laws brought by the central government. Court has formed a committee to understand the whole controversy and submit the report. The bench headed by Chief Justice, while hearing the matter, stayed the laws and has constituted a committee, which will understand the ongoing dispute between the government and farmers on the laws and submit the report to the Supreme Court.
The three agricultural laws passed by the central government have been opposed for a long time. Thousands of farmers are agitating on the borders area, after which the matter reached the Supreme Court. Now the committee will play a decisive role in the agriculture laws.
In Tuesday’s hearing, the committee was opposed by the farmers and asked not to appear before the committee. However, the Supreme Court took a tough stance and said that if the matter is to be resolved, then they will have to appear before the committee. The Supreme Court also made it clear that the committee will not act as an arbitrator, but will play a decisive role.
— Live Law (@LiveLawIndia) January 12, 2021