Supreme court to hold first meeting on farm law

As we already know, farmers are protesting on the borders for their rights. Looking into this matter, The supreme court will hold its first meeting which is schedule

d on Tuesday.

The supreme court had on January 11 stayed the implementation of the three laws, against which farmers are protesting at Delhi Borders for over 50 days now.

The panel will hear views of farmers and across the country, both who agrees and disagrees with the farmer laws, and will submit the report within two months.

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