The Supreme Court on Tuesday stayed the implementation of the controversial three farm law bills till further orders.
On Monday, the Supreme Court expressed it’s disappointment quoting the top court was “extremely disappointed” in the manner in which the government has handled the crisis.
The Supreme Court will form a committee to talk to the farmers and submit a report to the Chief Justice Of India headed bench. According to PTI, “No power can prevent us from making committee to resolve the impasse on new farm laws”, said the Supreme Court.
The Indian government during the middle of the pandemic had bulldozed three farm bills. The farmers opposed to the bills have been camping on highways outside Delhi over a month now during the cold December, with eight rounds of talks between the government and farmers’ unions over the past month.