Farmer protest: Congress raises questions on Supreme Court committee

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The Congress party has raised questions on the committee set up by the Supreme Court in the case of farmers’ opposition to agricultural laws.

The party has asked that ‘how will those who have justified these black laws do justice to the farmers?’

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Speaking to the press on Wednesday, party spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala said, “The four members of the committee are already standing with Modi ji, they are standing with black laws.” One member has even said that farmers will get freedom only through these laws. Another member has already submitted a memorandum to the government that they are standing with the government in support of these laws. 

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Modi ji of the field and the barn are standing with the intrigue, so how will this committee do justice to the farmers? Or how can she do it? And what will be the result? “

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The Congress party says that the committee involved in resolving the ongoing dispute between the farmers and the central government, has already publicly decided that ‘all three black laws are true’.

Randeep Singh Surjewala said, “The first member of the committee is Ashok Gulati ji, he has written this article that these three laws are absolutely right, also said that the opposition parties have gone astray and the farmers too may have gone astray.” He also said that I am already saying that the benefits of these laws are not understood by the farmers! “

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However, the Congress party says that the Supreme Court has shown a mirror of truth to the central government by expressing concern in the case of farmers.

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