Supreme Court Verdict, Farmers Protest

Supreme Court To Deliver The Most Awaited Verdict Over Farmers Protest Today

After some tough talk that the Centre has been given a long rope and "failed" to break the deadlock and not been "effective" in handling the stir, the Supreme Court yesterday said it will pronounce orders today on various issues related to the farm laws and the farmers' ongoing stir at Delhi borders.

It also proposed setting up a committee headed by a former Chief Justice of India (CJI) to find ways to resolve the impasse. At a virtual hearing, a three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde questioned the Centre's vehement opposition to its suggestion that the implementation of the farm laws enacted in September be kept on hold for the time being so as to help find an amicable solution.