‘Will not leave the borders’, states BKU leader Rakesh Tikait after SC suspends farm laws
The remarks came minutes after the peak court suspended the application to the laws and formed a four-member committee to fix the deadlock.
BKU president Rakesh Tikait
As the Supreme Court on Tuesday remained the application of the farm laws up until more orders, Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Rakesh Tikait has stated the farmers will not go back till the government withdraws the laws.
On the court’s decision, Tikait said that the unions will study the court’s order to choose more course of action and provide a declaration after conducting a conference with the core committee and the legal group.
Tikait also said that the tractor rally will continue based on the intend on January 26 and the farmers will not leave the borders.
The remarks came minutes after the pinnacle court suspended the implementation to the laws and formed a four-member committee to listen to the farmers’ complaints and fix the matter.
” Execution of the three laws stayed till more orders,” said Chief Justice of India SA Bobde. A three-judge bench, headed by the CJI, heard a batch of petitions, including those submitted by DMK MP Tiruchi Siva, RJD MP Manoj K Jha, relating to the constitutional credibility of three farm laws, gone by the Main federal government, and the plea to distribute opposing farmers.
” We are forming a committee so that we have a clearer picture. We do not desire to hear arguments that farmers will not go to the committee. We are seeking to solve the problem. If you (farmers) desire to agitate forever, you can do so,” CJI Bobde said.
” We are worried about the validity of the laws and likewise about safeguarding the life and property of people affected by demonstrations. We are attempting to solve the problem in accordance with the powers we have. One of the powers we have is to suspend the legislation and make a committee,” he stated.
” This committee will be for us. All of you people who are expected to solve the concern will precede this committee. It will not pass an order or punish you, it will just send a report to us … The committee is part of the judicial process in this case. We are planning to suspend the laws but not forever,” he included.
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