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Bhupendra Singh Mann splits from committee formed by Supreme Court, says something touching for farmers

Bhupendra Singh Mann has withdrawn his name from the four-member committee constituted by the Supreme Court.

Bhupendra Singh Mann has withdrawn his name from the four-member committee constituted by the Supreme Court. Bhupendra Singh disassociated himself from the quality committee and said that I am with the farmers of Punjab. Bhupendra Singh Mann has issued a written statement. “I am grateful to the Supreme Court for nominating me to the four-member committee to start a dialogue with the farmers’ union on the three agricultural laws brought by the central government,” he said in a statement on social media.

As a farmer and union leader, I myself cannot compromise on the interests of Punjab or the farmers because of the feelings and concerns that exist between the union and the general public. I am removing myself from the committee and I will always be with my farmers and Punjab.

For information, let me tell you that on January 12, the Supreme Court stopped the implementation of three agricultural laws brought by the Modi government. At the same time the court also formed a committee. The committee comprising the Supreme Court includes Bhupendra Singh Mann, Dr Promod Kumar Joshi, Ashok Gulti (agriculture expert) and Anil Ghanwant of the Indian Kisan Union. Bhupendra Singh Mann has distanced himself from this committee. Explain that the Supreme Court has constituted this committee because this committee can understand the dispute between the government and the farmers over the laws and will submit their report directly to the Supreme Court. Until the report of the committee comes, the implementation of agricultural law will be stopped.

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