“What is heading on? States are rebelling in opposition to your regulations”, a bench headed by Main Justice S A Bobde instructed the Centre. We are particularly unhappy with the negotiation procedure.
“We are not specialists on overall economy you explain to us regardless of whether govt is heading to place on maintain farm regulations or we will do this, the court docket claimed.
To the protesting farmers, the court docket claimed, “Whether you have faith or not, we are the Supreme Courtroom of India, we will do our job”.
Countless numbers of farmers, mostly from Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh, are keeping place at various border points of Delhi because late November final calendar year to protest in opposition to the regulations.
The eighth round of talks among the Centre and the farmer unions on January seven appeared heading nowhere as the Centre ruled out repealing the contentious regulations when the farmer leaders claimed they are prepared to combat till dying and their ‘ghar waapsi’ will occur only soon after ‘law waapsi’.
The Monday listening to in the Supreme Courtroom assumes significance as the Centre and the farmer leaders are scheduled to maintain their upcoming conference on January 15.