Farm unions on SC order: ‘Will not call off protest, won’t participate in committee proceedings’


    Farm unions on SC order: ‘Will not call off demonstration, will not take part in committee procedures’

    Slamming Centre over protests and process, SC suggests stay on farm laws, panel for talks Farmers at the Singhu border in New Delhi. (Express Image: Gajendra Yadav)

    Farmer leaders on Tuesday invited the Supreme Court’s order to stay the implementation of 3 farm laws, however also said they would not call off their demonstration till the laws are rescinded.

    In a declaration, the All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee (AIKSCC) likewise said that they will not take part in any court-ordered committee procedure.

    Previously in the day, the Supreme Court suspended the application of the three farm laws until more notification and chose to set up a committee making up specialists to hear the parties and understand the ground situation.

    The committee will consist of Bhupinder Singh Mann of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, Anil Ghanwat of Shetkari Sanghatana, agricultural financial experts Ashok Gulati and Dr Pramod Kumar Joshi.

    The judgment began a batch of petitions challenging the validity of the 3 farm laws that were enacted last September.

    The farmers body likewise revealed apprehensions over the members chosen for the committee. “These are people who are known for their support to the 3 Acts and have actually actively advocated for the exact same,” the body stated.

    ” The farmers’ battle on their key needs will continue as per the earlier announcement on January 13, 18, and23 Farmers dream to connect with the govt, not engage with Supreme Court, where farmers did not present ourselves. So no discuss it, no offence to it,” AIKSCC said.

    Rakesh Tikait, spokesperson, Bhartiya Kisan Union on being asked about his response on the peak court’s order said, ” Jab tak Bill wapasi nahi, ghar wapasi nahi. ( Won’t return home until the expense is reclaimed).”

    ‘ Remain on application a favorable step’

    The Nationalist Congress Celebration(NCP) said they stay implemented by the Supreme Court is a welcome and positive step in the best instructions to get justice for farmers.

    ” We invite this decision. Lastly, the Supreme Court has actually stepped in and taken a vibrant stand. The NCP waited the agitating farmers in Delhi from day one,” Maharashtra NCP president Jayant Patil stated.

    Hon’ ble Supreme Court’s remain on application of #FarmLaws is a welcome & positive action in the ideal direction to get Justice for our farmers.

    Central Government should now stop their rigid methods of functioning, accept their error and correct it.

    — Nawab Malik??????????????? (@nawabmalikncp) January 12, 2021

    NCP national representative Nawab Malik likewise lauded the action. In a tweet, he composed, “Hon’ ble Supreme Court’s remain on application of farm laws is a welcome and positive action in the best direction to get Justice for our farmers. Central Federal government should now stop their stiff methods of working, accept their error and remedy it.”

    Decision not versus benefit of laws: BJP

    The BJP stated the decision by the Supreme Court is not versus the benefit of the new laws and that they themselves had actually suggested the development of a committee for discussions.

    ( the heading, this story has actually not been published by Important India News personnel and is published from a syndicated feed.).


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