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Hindu Dharma Parishad Moves Supreme Court Seeking Enforcement Of Farmers’ Acts And A Ban On Agitations Against Them

Lawstreet Journal 8 Oct 2020 7:58pm

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A plea was forwarded to the Supreme Court seeking the issuance of directions to the Centre and States so as to enforce the Farmers Act and to initiate rules and guidelines against the ongoing agitation and processions by the political parties and organizations. The plea was filed by the Hindu Dharma Parishad who basically demanded a ban of these agitations and processions irrespective of whether they are in favor or against the Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services Act, 2020 in no. 20 of 2020 and the Farmers Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and facilitation) Act, 2020 no.21 of 2020 till the decision is dispensed by the Court. 

With the same context, the plea further seeks to ban the electronic telecommunications, internet, Facebook, Whatsapp, Telegram, posters, flex banner, or any other electronic transfer communication regarding any statement or videos of Farmers Acts’ which are propagating throughout India either supporting the Act or rejecting its implementation. The plea has also claimed that the Farmers Acts are pro-farmer and should be enacted for the benefit of agriculture. 

The plea further mentions, “That the petitioner states the Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on price Assurance and Farm Services Act, 2020 and Farmers Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020 is being implemented in the interest of agriculture people and to save them from increasing poverty as India is going through an agrarian crisis and the farmers who have been involved in one of the most meaningful livelihoods on earth are struggling to make ends… Continue Reading...


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