Haribhoomi-Inh Exclusive: In the special program discussion of Haribhoomi-INH, the Editor-in-Chief Dr. Himanshu Dwivedi is constantly negotiating on the farmers issue. Today’s hearing in the Supreme Court on the farmers’ issue was important, the decision of which will come on Tuesday.
Haribhoomi-Inh Exclusive: In the special program discussion of Haribhoomi-INH, the Editor-in-Chief Dr. Himanshu Dwivedi is constantly negotiating on the farmers issue. Today’s hearing in the Supreme Court on the farmers’ issue was important, the decision of which will come on Tuesday. Kisan Andolan: ‘Supreme’ hope for a solution … The context is the Supreme hope awakened on the Kisan Andolan. In fact, Monday was the 47th day of the peasant movement. The Supreme Court held a hearing for about 2 hours on other issues related to the peasant movement, including the repeal of the new agricultural law. In which the court expressed strong resentment regarding the attitude of the government. Chief Justice SA Bobade told the government that if you did not ban agricultural laws, we would ban them. He also suggested forming a committee headed by former Chief Justice of India RM Lodha. The Chief Justice told the government that you could not handle the matter properly. We have to take some action.
In the program discussion, the editor-in-chief, Dr. Himanshu Dwivedi had special discussions with former BJP minister Ram Bilas Sharma, farmer leader Digambar Singh, farmer leader Abhimanyu Kohar, Supreme Court advocate Vinod Agnihotri. During the special event discussion, many sharp questions were asked from these guests …
Peasant movement: ‘Supreme’ hope for a solution!
Supreme decision on farmer issue tomorrow
Farmers have been agitating in Delhi for the past 47 days. Meanwhile, farmers’ issues were heard in the Supreme Court today. The verdict will be pronounced on Tuesday. The Chief Justice said during the hearing that the way the process is going. We are disappointed with that. Various states are against this law. The Supreme Court said that we can put a stop to the law. Also the way in which the three recent agricultural laws were passed by the Parliament. Expressing disapproval, the apex court said on Monday that it would hear the case again on Tuesday.
The court also reprimanded the central government. “We don’t know if you are part of the solution or part of the problem,” the court said. The bench, headed by Chief Justice SA Bobade, heard arguments challenging the new laws after the eighth round of talks between the Center and the farmers’ unions. So far no solution has been found in the meetings. “We are considering setting up a committee headed by a former chief justice of India to find a way to resolve the stalemate,” the court said. Farmers have been on the streets for the past 47 days. But the solution is not coming out. Explain that the farmers are demanding repeal of all the three agricultural laws from the government, as well as guarantee law on MSP.