NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court appointed three-member committee on new farm laws submitted its report to the courtroom on Wednesday.
The committee submitted the report in a sealed cowl during which it stated that round 85 farmer organisations have been consulted within the case and potential options have been mentioned to resolve the problem.
The panel held a number of consultations with eminent academicians and agri-professionals on the legislations towards which farmers have been protesting at Delhi’s borders for over three months now.
The three-member committee held consultations with stakeholders each on-line and in particular person.
The Supreme Court had on January 12 stayed the implementation of the three contentious farm laws for 2 months and requested the committee to submit a report inside two months after consulting the involved stakeholders.
Thousands of farmers, particularly from Punjab, Haryana and elements of Uttar Pradesh, have been tenting at Delhi’s borders for over two months now searching for repeal of the brand new legislations, launched by the Centre final yr, saying they’re professional-company and will weaken the mandi system.