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Supreme Court said- When the court put a stay on agricultural laws, why are farmers protesting?

The Supreme Court has asked many questions to farmers’ organizations regarding the ongoing protests against agricultural laws.

New Delhi: The Supreme Court has asked many questions to farmers’ organizations regarding the ongoing protests against agricultural laws. The Supreme Court said that when the question of protesting when the court has been approached to challenge the validity of agricultural laws, where does the question arise. Kisan Mahapanchayat sought permission for Satyagraha at Jantar Mantar, the Supreme Court said that we will see if this is the right place for the protest.Also Read – West Bengal Post Poll Violence Case: CBI and SIT submit sealed report to High Court

The top court has stayed all three agricultural laws and these Acts have not come into force. What are you performing for? Attorney General KK Venugopal referred to Sunday’s Lakhimpur Kheri incident, which the Supreme Court said takes no responsibility for anything like this. Also Read – Supreme Court’s notice to the Center, said- ‘Cannot leave flat buyers at the mercy of builders’

At the same time, the Solicitor General said in the Supreme Court – once a matter is before the Supreme Constitutional Court, no one can hit the road with that issue. Let us tell you that there was a hearing in the Supreme Court regarding the performance of the farmers. Even before this, the Supreme Court has commented on the farmers movement many times. The Supreme Court had said that the roads cannot be stopped in this way for an indefinite period. Also Read – Lakhimpur Kheri case: Rahul Gandhi said – Priyanka, I know you will not back down, Varun Gandhi – to farmers…

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