Supreme Court puts on hold 3 farm laws, forms committee for talks
The Supreme Court on Tuesday issued stay orders on the new three farm laws until further orders. The apex court also said that a committee of agriculture experts will be formed to talk with the farmers to end the situation. The Supreme Court Chief Justice SA Bobde issued stay on the newly enacted laws in September until the further orders received.
It is known that farmers are staging a protest in New Delhi borders against the Centre's new agriculture laws demanding to repeal them. Centre hold eight rounds of talks with farmers' unions from the last month. The SC trying to solve the farmers' problems. The court also issued notices to farmers' unions to stop tractor rally on 26th January.