“We don’t want to make any stray observations against you… But we are disappointed in the way you’re handling this situation.”
The Supreme Court on Monday indicated that it’s going to keep the contentious farm legal guidelines if the federal government will not be keen to maintain it in abeyance until it reaches consensus with the protesting farmers.
“We don’t want to make any stray observations against you… But we are disappointed in the way you’re handling this situation,” Chief Justice Sharad A. Bobde advised Attorney General Ok.Ok. Venugopal, whereas listening to a bunch of pleas in opposition to the regulation and farmers protest.
“We hear from the newspapers that govt wants to discuss clause by clause and the farmers want it to be repealed. We will stay the implementation of the laws and ask the committee to look into it,” the Bench stated, including that it will suggest to kind a committee to look into the legal guidelines and listen to the grievances of farmers.
Addressing the farmers, the Chief Justice sought an assurance from them that the protest would not be continued. “Whether you have faith in us or not, we are the Supreme Court of India and we will do our job,” the Bench stated.
Coming down closely on the Union authorities, the Bench remarked, “We don’t know whether you are part of the solution or the problem. There is not a single petition filed here which says the laws are beneficial.” The Bench additionally made it clear that it will not look into the constitutionality of the farm legal guidelines. “Our intention is to bring about an amicable solution (to the strike).”
When Mr. Venugopal talked about concerning the protest in opposition to Haryana Chief Minister’s rally on Sunday, the Bench stated: “We are not saying we will protect law-breakers.”
Pleading for farmers, senior advocate Dushyant Dave knowledgeable the highest courtroom the proposed tractor rally by farmers on Republic Day won’t occur.