The Supreme Court on Tuesday will issue orders on various petitions filed regarding agricultural laws and the farmers’ movement.
According to the news agency PTI, the court can also hear the order to set up a committee under the chairmanship of a former Chief Justice of the country to remove the deadlock over the matter.
On Monday, a bench of three judges, headed by Chief Justice SA Bobde, heard these petitions in which they said that separate orders in this regard can be issued.
The Supreme Court later informed on its website that orders in this regard will be issued on 12 January. Earlier on Monday, during the hearing, the attitude of the Supreme Court was seen very strict.
The court clearly said that the central government has brought the agricultural laws without consulting them and that the negotiations with the farmers, who have been protesting for more than a month, have not yielded any results.
The court clearly said that the government should either ban the enforcement of the laws at present or the Supreme Court itself will ban the laws.
The Supreme Court said that the court has been very disappointed about the way the central government has handled the farmer movement so far.
The court also asked the farmers what women, children and the elderly are doing in the demonstration.
Although the court also said that the Supreme Court is not against the protests but it should be seen whether any change is possible in the place where the protests are going on.
The court feared that the way things are getting worse, there is a danger of violence in them. The court said that if it happens then everyone will be responsible for it.