Supreme Court stays implementation of farm laws, forms committee to hold talks

by National | 12-01-2021 | 638 views

NewDelhi: The Supreme Court has asked the Centre to submit an affidavit tomorrow to support the claims that a banned organisation is helping the protests against the farm laws. Attorney General KK Venugopal said "Khalistanis have infiltrated into the protests" and he will submit Intelligence Bureau records before the court. One of the intervenors submitted that these protests can be 'dangerous'.

The Supreme Court on Tuesday stayed the implementation of the three farm laws until further orders against which the farmers have been protesting on Delhi borders for over a month. The court further formed a committee to facilitate talks between the central government and farmer unions which will report to the court.

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