He reiterated that the government is ready to bring amendments in the laws, and added that laws are enacted for the whole country and many people in the country are happy with the laws.
Farmers Protest: On January 12, the top court agreed to hear the application of Centre and posted it for hearing on January 18. The Bench had issued a notice on the application and said that it be served upon the farmers' unions, which are protesting against the new farm laws.
"Government needs to devise a plan to scrap the three laws and give legal guarantee for minimum support price," Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) spokesperson Rakesh Tikait said.
Bhupinder Singh Mann, a former Rajya Sabha MP on Thursday recused himself from the 4-member committee constituted by the Supreme Court. Mann is the National President of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) and Chairman of the All India Kisan Coordination Committee (AIKCC).
The signboard reads “NORTH ZONE CULTURAL CENTRE” written in English and Punjabi too. In the video, a man is seen putting black paint on the Hindi text only.
Speaking about the COVID-19 situation, she reminded people that the pandemic is not yet over and masks should be used and safety protocols followed.
Farmer Union leaders claimed that all 4 members in the committee are votaries of Centre’s farm laws. However, this disclosure of BKU President Bhupinder Singh Mann’s ‘Congress connection’ punctures holes in this theory.
The Apex Court issued the notice on the Delhi Police's application seeking to stop the proposed tractor rally on Republic Day by farmers protesting against the new farm laws.
Farmers Protest: Supreme Court issued notice on the Delhi Police's application filed seeking to stop the proposed tractor rally by protesting farmers on Republic Day.
New Delhi: the Supreme Court Monday expressed disappointment at the way the government has handled the issue. The SC has...