Defeating Modi government, Indian Supreme Court suspends implementation of controversial agricultural laws
E-Delhi: Protests of determined Indian farmers came to a head, the Indian Supreme Court stopped the implementation of controversial agricultural laws. A four-member committee of experts was set up to resolve the crisis. The Indian Chief Justice says the Supreme Court will protect the rights of farmers.
Fascist Modi faces the worst defeat at the hands of farmers on the legal front. Indian Supreme Court suspends implementation of controversial agricultural laws
The Indian Supreme Court has suspended the three controversial agricultural laws indefinitely, barring Narendra Modi from robbing farmers of their rights, and barring the Modi government from enforcing them, the Indian Chief Justice says. Will protect.
The Indian Supreme Court has constituted a four-member committee of agricultural experts to deal with the crisis, which will hear the concerns of farmers and compile a report on the controversial laws.
The Modi government had passed controversial agricultural laws in September last year. Against which the determined protest of Indian farmers is going on, and thousands of farmers have been sitting on the entrances of Delhi for the second consecutive month despite the severe cold.