Will farmers be able to take out tractor rally on 26 January? Supreme Court said from the Center – We will not give any order, the police should decide what to do.

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Farmers have been protesting against the agricultural laws for the last two months in the cold of this sorrow on the borders of Delhi and on January 26 these farmers are going to take out a tractor rally in Delhi. On the occasion of Republic Day, Delhi Police has approached the Supreme Court in protest against the proposed tractor rally of farmers. Whether or not farmers will be able to march the tractor on January 26, today it is still being heard in the Supreme Court. However, earlier in the hearing on Monday, the Supreme Court had clearly stated that the proposed tractor rally of farmers on January 26 is a matter related to law and order and the police has the first right to decide who is allowed to enter the national capital. Who should know and who does not.

Hearing in Supreme Court on Tractor rally of farmers

CJI said that if we uphold the laws of farmers then you can start agitation but peace will have to be maintained. At the same time, advocate Prashant Bhushan, appearing on behalf of 8 farmer unions, told the CJI that farmers only want to celebrate Republic Day peacefully on Outer Ring Road. They will not disturb the peace.

You are attacking a member of the committee only because it has expressed its opinion on the agricultural laws: Supreme Court.

The Supreme Court has issued a notice to the Kisan Mahapanchayat on the petition seeking restructuring of the committee. Please tell that a member has separated himself from this committee.

On the questions arising on the committee, the CJI said that the committee members have not been given any power to take judgments, they only have to report to us. Where is the question of bias in this? If you do not want to appear before the committee, do not come, but do not discredit anyone in this way and do not slander the court.

According to ANI, on the committee set up by the Supreme Court for the purpose of resolving the ongoing deadlock between the government and farmers, the Chief Justice said that we have given the committee the power to listen to the farmers and come to us and file their report. What is the matter of bias in this? He also said that no blatant should be imposed on the court.

According to the news agency PTI, the Central Government withdrew the plea requesting intervention from the court in the matter after the Supreme Court on January 26 declared the proposed tractor rally of farmers a police matter. The Supreme Court said on the petition filed on January 26 for the proposed tractor rally, “You are the authority and you have to deal with it, it is not the job of the court to pass the order.”

According to news agency ANI, the Supreme Court asked the central government to withdraw its petition against the tractor rally proposed by farmers on Republic Day.

During the hearing, the Supreme Court said that we will not pass any order on the petition of the Center against the proposed tractor rally of farmers on Republic Day. The Chief Justice said that we have said that it is for the police to decide. We are not going to pass orders. You are entitled to take action.

Hearing resumed today in the Supreme Court on the petition against the proposed tractor rally of farmers.

Delhi Police has the right to deal with the case

In fact, the Supreme Court on Monday heard the plea of ​​the Center through the Delhi Police to prohibit demonstrations such as the proposed tractor or trolley rally or trying to disrupt celebrations and gatherings on Republic Day. During this time, the apex court said that the police have full authority to deal with the matter. A bench of Chief Justice SA Bobde, Justice L Nageswara Rao and Justice Vineet Saran will give its verdict on the matter today.

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