India’s SC orders stay on new agri laws that riled farmers


News Desk

India’s Supreme Court (SC) ordered an indefinite stay on Tuesday over the implementation of new agricultural laws. These laws have triggered widespread protests from farmers, saying it would set up a panel to hear their objections.
For more than a month, tens of thousands of farmers have camped on the outskirts of New Delhi, the capital, to protest against reform measures that they say benefit large private buyers and farm growers.
Chief Justice Sharad Bobde said during a hearing that the Supreme Court would establish a panel to hear the farmers’ grievances.

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