It has been more than a month since the peasant movement. Farmers are protesting against the government’s 3 agricultural laws. The Supreme Court has expressed concern over the farmers’ movement.
It has been more than a month since the peasant movement. Farmers are protesting against the government’s 3 agricultural laws. The Supreme Court has expressed concern over the farmers’ movement. The Supreme Court, quoting the Corona epidemic, said that the peasant movement could create a situation similar to that of the Tablighi Jamaat, which emerged in the Nizamuddin area of Delhi in 2020. The Supreme Court also asked the government whether the farmers in the movement were taking precautionary measures against the spread of corona infection. At a hearing on Thursday, a bench of the Supreme Court headed by Chief Justice of India SA Bob said that the incidence of corona virus could increase in the farmers’ movement on the Delhi border.
At the same time, according to a report by Bar & Bench.com, the Ministry of Health has been asked to inform the court about the steps taken to ensure that it follows the guidelines of the movement. The CJI-led bench also included Justices AS Bopanna and V Ramasubramaniam. The bench, hearing the petition filed by Jammu and Kashmir lawyer Supriya Pandit, ruled in favor of the bench. The petitioner has questioned the central government, the Delhi government and the Delhi Police for threatening the health of thousands of people.
The petitioner’s advocate blamed the Delhi Police
The appellant’s lawyer has complained to the Delhi Police that he failed to arrest Maulana Saad, the head of Nizamuddin Markaz, in a case of coronavirus infection that developed from a religious ceremony at Markaz last year. At the same time, the Supreme Court has issued a notice to the central government stating what steps it has taken to stop the spread of corona in the farmers’ protest areas. Earlier, the court also issued notices to the Delhi government and Delhi Police. In this case, the Supreme Court has asked the government to make guidelines.