The Supreme Court asked the Government of India about the highways blocked due to the farmers’ agitation in the capital Delhi, as to what steps it is taking to remove the blockade of roads by the farmers. The Supreme Court expressed its concern as to how highways can be occupied forever.
Supreme Court made strict remarks about farmers’ movement, said- ‘Roads cannot be occupied forever supreme Court made strict remarks about farmers’ movement, said- ‘Roads cannot be occupied forever’. The Supreme Court further said that we have already made law and it is the duty of the executive to implement the law laid down by the court.
Supreme Court says redressal can be through judicial forum, agitation or parliamentary debates & asks how can highways be blocked & this can't be a perpetual problem, while hearing a plea for removing the road blockades by farmers due to protest pic.twitter.com/tKzzRg9BcM
— ANI (@ANI) September 30, 2021
When asked by the Supreme court about what the government was doing in this matter, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta has told the Supreme Court that a three-member committee has been constituted at a very high level and we have also invited the agitating farmers to attend the meeting. But he did not attend the meeting.
The apex court has allowed the Government of India to file a formal application to make farmers’ unions a party to a plea seeking opening of the blockade on the Delhi-Uttar Pradesh border at the UP Gate. Let us tell you that the Supreme Court was hearing the petition of Monika Agarwal, a resident of Noida. It has been said in this petition that people are facing a lot of difficulties due to the protests.