The Supreme Court’s intervention in the ongoing Farmers’ agitation has stirred up huge debates about the intent, modalities and impact of the same. However, it was also witnessed that this intervention by the country’s topmost court was not successful in convincing the protesting farmers to step back from their resolve demanding the complete and unconditional repeal of the farm laws. In fact, farmers have adopted various other means than just sit-ins at the Delhi Borders as a mode of protest.
It is in this sense that the farmers have started collecting blood to write letters to the Union Minister of Agriculture and the Supreme Court. The said letters have enlisted 21 questions.
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‘Aren’t your decisions pro-central government? Shouldn’t your decisions be pro-farmers? By not repealing these farm laws it seems that the Supreme Court stands pro-central Government’ notes the letter.
Farmer leader Taranjit Singh from Ludhiana in Punjab is leading this movement to write letters in blood to both the Supreme Court and Central Government.
The farmers also had earlier written similar letters to Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding the repeal of the three farm laws.
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