As the Supreme Court on Thursday heard the difficulty of the continued protest of the farmers and made some suggestions to untangle this deadlock, the protesting unions of the farmers remained stern on their demand to withdraw the laws first. an important meeting is being held at the BJP headquarters to debate the farmers’ issues with party general secretaries. The meeting is to be attended by Union home minister Amit Shah, agriculture minister Narendra Singh Tomar, commerce minister Piyush Goyal.
Agreeing to what Supreme Court acknowledged that the difficulty must be resolved soon,
Bharatiya Kisan Union national spokesperson Rakesh Tikait on Thursday said the longer term course of action are going to be taken after discussion with panchayat. because the apex court noted that the farmers have rights to protest but not blocking a city, Tikait said that the protesters haven’t blocked roads. The barricades are put up by police, he said.
“Supreme Court is true that the difficulty should be resolved soon. We’ll go if we’re called. Government wants amendments, while we would like them to require back the laws,” Tikait said.
The Supreme Court on Thursday noted that farmers have rights to protest but sitting on roads won’t cause any solution.
A panel for mediation is probably going to be found out with representations of farmers and therefore the Centre. Experts like P Sainath also can be members of the panel. because the panel gets formed and starts working, the farmers can continue their protests, the Supreme Court bench, led by judge of India SA Bobde, said. It also asked attorney general of India KK Venugopal whether the govt can plan to not implement to laws as long because the hearing on the case goes on. The AG said if the laws aren’t implemented, then farmers won’t continue the talks to which the SC bench said the move is aimed toward facilitating further talks. The AG sought a while to require direction from the govt .
Agreeing to what Supreme Court acknowledged that the difficulty must be resolved soon, Bharatiya Kisan Union national spokesperson Rakesh Tikait on Thursday said the longer term course of action are going to be taken after discussion with panchayat. Since the three bills were passed in Parliament in September, there are five rounds of talks between the Centre and therefore the farmers. Three rounds of talks are held in December after thousands of farmers started ‘Dilli Chalo’ protest rally on November 26. The protest has entered its 21st day on Thursday. No date for an additional round of meeting has been finalised yet.