Kisan Tractor Parade: Supreme Court refuses to interfere in Kisan Tractor rally, directs police

Before the tenth round of talks between the farmers and the central government, the Supreme Court held a hearing on the farmers’ tractor parade.

Kisan Tractor Parade: On January 26, he refused to intervene in the petition filed against the removal of the Kisan Tractor Parade held at Ring Road, Delhi. Today, there is talk of a tenth round of talks between farmers’ organizations and the central government.

According to media reports, the Supreme Court held a hearing on the tractor parade of farmers before the tenth round of talks between the farmers and the central government. The court will not interfere in the farmer tractor assembly. The apex court issued the order in the notice stating that the committee was not given incidental powers and the purpose of the committee was only to hear the complaint and report to the court.

For information, let us know that on January 2, the court did not intervene in the plea of ​​the Delhi Police to postpone the farmers’ tractor rally. The court asked whether the assembly should be allowed. It is the job of the police to decide. The police should issue his order.

The court informed the government that they could withdraw his application. The trial of Delhi Police in a tractor rally on the Republic Day of farmers is going on in the Supreme Court. At this point, the court reiterated that the Delhi Police would decide on the matter because its order was to maintain law and order. In the past, farmers had announced to assemble a tractor on January 26.


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