New agricultural laws: Farmers’ union leaders petitioned the Supreme Court

New Delhi: The Indian Kisan Union on Thursday approached the Supreme Court. The Indian Kisan Union has filed a petition in the Supreme Court protesting the new agricultural laws. Farmers in New Delhi have been protesting for 15 days protesting the new agricultural laws. In the petition, the Kisan Union alleged that the new agricultural laws would harm farmers. Attorney AP Singh filed the petition in the Supreme Court. It is alleged that these laws were passed without proper discussion in Parliament. The Center has held several rounds of discussions with the concerned farmers. However, union leaders said in the petition that the talks were incomplete. Six petitions against the new agricultural laws are already pending in the Supreme Court. DMK MP Thiruchi Siva, RJD MP Manoj and Congress’ Rakesh Vaishnav filed the petitions. The Kisan Party of India has asked the Supreme Court to stay the implementation of the new agricultural laws. The Indian Kisan Union has sought permission to hear arguments to intervene in the case. The petition is likely to be heard in the last week of December. The Center issued a notice on October 12 seeking a response from the Center on the new agricultural laws.