Tractor Rally on Republic Day: Today, on January 20, the Supreme Court will hear about the proposed tractor rally of farmers on Republic Day. Earlier, during the hearing on January 18, the Supreme Court had said during the hearing that the matter of admission in Delhi is of law and order and it should be determined by the police itself, the court will not interfere in it. The court while describing Delhi Police as the first authority, said that in this case, the police has sufficient powers. The court told Attorney General KK Venugopal that it would hear the matter on January 20.
A three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde is hearing the case. Chief Justice Bobde said during the hearing that the Attorney General and the Solicitor General had already been told that who should get admission and who did not, how many people should come, the whole matter is of law and order and it has to be seen by the police. . According to Chief Justice Bobde, the Supreme Court is not the first authority in this case.
Central government petition on behalf of Delhi Police
Farmers’ organizations are protesting on the borders of Delhi against the central agricultural laws. Farmer leaders are demanding the withdrawal of these agricultural laws. As part of the protest, the farmer leaders have decided to take out the tractor raily on January 26, while the central government says that this may disrupt the Republic Day celebrations. Regarding this, the Central Government filed a petition on behalf of the Delhi Police, saying that any such demonstration would disrupt the Republic Day celebrations and hurt the country’s image.
Meeting of government and farmers inconclusive
A few days ago, on January 15, the ninth round of talks between the farmers and the central government was getting fruitless. In the talks with the Union ministers, the farmers unions stood firm on the demand for withdrawal of all the three laws, while the government demanded a softening of their attitude. In the talks, the farmer unions also raised the issue of NIA Red on those transporters in Punjab who are supporting the farmers’ movements and logistic support for the movement.