New Delhi: The Supreme Court has given a landmark verdict on the ongoing protests by farmers in India against agricultural laws, while the protesting farmers have also stood firm.

According to details, the Indian Supreme Court heard a petition challenging the new agricultural laws. During the hearing, the Indian Chief Justice made important remarks that he was disappointed with the government’s performance on the issue of farmers’ protests. We want to solve the problems and we are forming a committee to find out the facts.

Later, the Indian Supreme Court suspended the implementation of the new agricultural laws and remarked that it gives an interim order not to sell the lands of the farmers.

Indian farmers also stood firm on the decision of the Indian Supreme Court and reacted by saying that our Protests will not end, the government will have to end agricultural laws.

It should be noted that the farmers ‘protest in India has been going on for more than 45 days, the opposition parties are also standing with the farmers, the two major parties Congress and Aam Aadmi Party are also involved in the farmers’ protest.

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