On Thursday the Petitions challenging the contentious three farmer laws of was heard by the the bench led by Hon’ble CJI SA Bobde of Supreme Court.
The supreme court did not passed any directions for removal of farmers. The bench reiterated its intention to constitute a committee for resolving the dispute.
The court observed that right to protest is a Fundamental Right subject to public order, therefore
at this stage the farmers protested should be allowed to continue without impediment or without breach of peace.
On Wednesday, the Supreme Court heard the Public Interest Litigation (PIL) seeking removal of Farmers from blocking the roads at Delhi Borders.
The Supreme Court observed that the farmer protests will soon become a national issue, therefore a committee should be formed to hold talks and settle the issues amicably.
A Bench of Hon’ble CJI SA Bobde and Hon’ble Justice AS Bopanna and Hon’ble Justice V Ramasubramanian also observed that the talks between the Government and the Representatives of farmers has got no result so far.
The Court has shown its intention that it will form a committee having members of Bhartiya Kisan Union, Central Government and other farmer organizations.
Shri Tushar Mehrta, Solicitor General submitted before the Court that the Government will not do anything which will harm the farmers.
The Petitioner cited the Judgment in the case of Shaheen Bagh, which bans protest by blocking the roads