Farmers have announced that they will take out a rally rally in Delhi on 26 January, i.e., Republic Day, amidst the hullabaloo against the agricultural laws of the Center, but to stop this, the Delhi Police has approached the Supreme Court, which was heard today. During the hearing, the Supreme Court said that it is the job of Delhi Police to decide who will come to Delhi and who does not. The court said that the police will decide how many people will come to the city. Now the matter will be heard on Wednesday i.e. January 20.
During the hearing, the Chief Justice said that the matter is related to law and order and the police will decide about it. You have all rights to deal with this matter. The police have the first right to decide who should enter Delhi. We are not going to tell you what you should do, we will consider this subject on January 20.
In fact, the Supreme Court on Monday heard the petition of the Central Government, which has been filed through the Delhi Police. The petition has requested the court to issue an order to stop the proposed tractor rally or other similar demonstration of farmers who may disrupt the Republic Day celebrations on 26 January.
Farmer unions demonstrating agricultural laws said that they The Republic Day On the occasion of this, he will take out his proposed tractor parade in Delhi and he also committed to continue his agitation till the agricultural laws are repealed. On the other hand, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar urged to discuss ‘alternatives’ instead of repealing the laws in the next round of talks to be held on 19 January. Today the Supreme Court is also hearing on the issues of agricultural laws. Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait told reporters in Nagpur on Sunday that farmers are ready to protest against the new agricultural laws of the Center by May 2024 and the farmers’ movement on the borders of Delhi is an ‘ideological revolution’. is. He said, ‘We are ready to perform by May 2024. We demand that all three laws be withdrawn and the government provide legal guarantee to the MSP.
Union leader Yogendra Yadav while addressing a press conference at the protest venue on the Indus border said, ‘We will parade a tractor on the Outer Ring Road in Delhi on Republic Day. The parade will be very peaceful. There will be no disruption in the Republic Day parade. Farmers will put the national flag on their tractors. The authorities have moved the Supreme Court seeking a stay on the proposed tractor march or any other such protests by the farmers, so that the Republic Day celebrations on 26 January do not get disrupted. The matter is pending in court.
Before the tenth round of talks on new agricultural laws to be held on January 19, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar again urged the farmer leaders on Sunday to give up their ‘obstinate stance on the new agricultural laws and to discuss every section of the laws. Come with Tomar told reporters before leaving for his home constituency Morena in Madhya Pradesh, “Now that the Supreme Court has stopped the implementation of these laws, there is no question of adopting a stubborn approach.” He said that the government wants the farmer leaders to come to the next meeting on January 19 to discuss every section of the law. He said that barring the demand for repeal of the laws, the government was “seriously and open-minded to consider other options”.
Meanwhile, the committee appointed by the Supreme Court on new agricultural laws is scheduled to hold its first meeting on January 19 in Pusa campus. Anil Ghanwat, one of the members of the committee, gave this information on Sunday. Shatkari Organization (Maharashtra) chief Ghanwat said, ‘We are meeting on January 19 in Pusa campus. Only members will attend the meeting to decide on future strategy. He said that one of the four members of the committee left the committee. If the apex court does not appoint a new member, then the existing members will continue with the assigned work.
Bharatiya Kisan Union president Bhupinder Singh Mann stepped down from the committee last week. Addressing a press conference in Nagpur, Tikait said that they want a legal guarantee on the minimum support price (MSP). He said, ‘This is an ideological revolution of farmers started from Delhi and will not fail. Farmers in villages want us not to return until the three agricultural laws are withdrawn. ‘
Rejecting allegations of rich farmers helping in the demonstration, Tikait said that people from villages and many organizations have participated in it. He said, “This is an ideological revolution of farmers started from Delhi and will not fail.” Farmers in villages want us not to return until the three agricultural bills are withdrawn. Tikait said, “The government is firm on its stand not to withdraw the laws and the movement will go on for a long time.”
When asked by the government to hold parallel talks with the protesting farmers’ organizations after the apex court constituted the committee, Ghanvat said, ‘Through our committee or through separate talks of the government with the protesting farmers’ organizations (both of them If anyone tries) If the solution goes out and the performance is over, then we have no problem. “They said,” Let them (the government) continue the discussion, we have been assigned a task and we will pay full attention to it.
There have been nine rounds of talks between the government and the protesting 41 farmer organizations so far, but the deadlock has not been resolved. In fact, agitating peasant organizations are demanding complete repeal of all the three laws. In the last meeting, the Center suggested that for the January 19 meeting to end the agitation, the farmers’ organizations should form their own informal group to prepare a concrete proposal on all three agricultural laws. Thousands of farmers, mainly from Punjab, Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh, have been protesting at various borders in Delhi for more than a month.