After the Supreme Court stayed the new agricultural legal guidelines till an additional order, Union Minister of State for Agriculture Kailash Chaudhary said on Tuesday that the Supreme Court’s option is against our will. We did not need a regulation to remain unchanged and never uphold, however, the Supreme Court election is still appropriate and we welcome this option.
He said that Miracle Day is our nationwide day and if we hold a tractor rally or any protest on that day, a devastating message goes not only to the nation but to the whole world. I am confident that the leaders of the farmers union will realize this. On the other hand, on the Supreme Court’s refusal to compromise for the system of the committee, Kailash Chaudhary said that those who discuss it are undoubtedly motivated by politics, who are not looking for an accountable answer to this shortcoming. Huh. He said that the opposition is working to add fuel to the stove.
Addressing the correspondent on the Singhu border, the leaders of the farmers’ organizations said that they could not appear before any committee and would carry forward their movement. Farmer leaders claimed that members of the committee constituted by the Supreme Court are pro-government. He said that Parliament should talk about this difficulty and resolve it. He said that we are not looking for any external committee.
At the same time, leaders of farmers’ organizations say that they are going to attend the assembly on 15 January along with the officials and will fully define the future technology and the program of 26 January.
The four-member committee convened by the Supreme Court includes BKU President Bhupinder Singh Mann, Shetkari Organization (Maharashtra) President Anil Ghanawat, International Food Policy Research Institute South Asia Director Pramod Kumar Joshi and agricultural economist Ashok Bharti.
Farmers from Haryana and Punjab as well as various elements of the nation are demonstrating on the completely different boundaries of Delhi on 26 November and withdrawing all three legal guidelines and minimum support price for their crops. Demanding statutory assurance of. .