Proposed tractor rally on Jan 26: The Supreme Court on Monday told the Central Government that the proposed rally on behalf of farmers on Republic Day is related to law and order. The Delhi Police is the first authority in this, who will decide who should enter the national capital. In fact, the Central Government had filed a petition in the apex court demanding a ban on the proposed tractor rally on 26 January. The central government says that this will disrupt the Republic Day celebrations and people present there may face problems. The court will next hear the matter on January 20.
On the plea of the Center, Judge Justice SA Bobde said that the police have sufficient powers to deal with the matter. Justices LN Rao and Vineet Saran, who were on the bench, also said, “Will the Supreme Court tell what the police has the right to do?” What should he do? We are not going to tell you what to do. ”
Further hearing on 20 January
The apex court told Attorney General KK Venugopal that it would hear the matter further on 20 January. The bench said, “The case of entering Delhi is related to law and order, which is decided by the police. Mr. Attorney General, we are postponing this matter and you have all the authorities to deal with this matter. The Central Government had filed a petition on behalf of the Delhi Police, saying that any kind of proposed protest or rally would create disruption in the Republic Day celebrations. This will hurt the image of the nation. The apex court was ready for hearing on this petition on 12 January.
Let me tell you, the farmers’ organizations are protesting on the boundaries of Delhi against the three agricultural laws passed by the central government. The farmer leader government is adamant on the demand for withdrawal of the agricultural law. There have been 9 rounds of talks between the farmer and the government. But no result has been found so far. The next round of talks is going to be held on 19 January. In view of the protest, the farmer leaders have decided to take out a tractor march on 26 January. While the government says that from this march of farmers’ organizations, there will be a disturbance in the Republic Day celebrations.
Supreme Court formed a four-member committee
The disputes regarding agricultural laws have already reached the Supreme Court between the farmer’s organizations and the government. The Supreme Court reprimanded the Central Government in hearing this matter. After this, the four-member committee was formed by the apex court. However, this committee has opposed the farmer’s organizations. Farmers’ organizations said that all members of the committee are supporters of the government. At the same time, Bhupinder Singh Mann, a member of the committee, has distanced himself from this committee.