Farm protests: SC intends to set up committee for negotiations, posts matter for Thursday
The Supreme Court on Wednesday told the government that intends to set up a committee comprising representatives of farmers unions across India, government and other stakeholders to resolve this issue and posted the matter for tomorrow. The apex court was hearing a batch of petitions seeking a direction to the authorities to immediately remove the farmers who are protesting at several border points of Delhi against three new farm laws.
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