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Supreme Court Declines To Entertain Application For Removal Of Protesting Farmers From The Sindhu Border; States That They Are Not The Court Of First Instance

Lawstreet Journal 9 Sep 2021 10:05pm

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On Monday, 6th September 2021 while hearing the matter of the Public Interest Litigation filed by the residents of Sonepat, Haryana against the farmers who are protesting and have allegedly blocked the Singhu Border which connects Haryana and Delhi, the bench consisting of  Justices D. Y. Chandrachud, Vikram Nath and Hima Kohli held that the Supreme Court cannot be called upon in such matters since there has been no “gross infringement” and that they cannot be the first instance court in such cases. 

BACKGROUND

The farmers have been protesting against the three agricultural laws included under the Farmer’s Produce Trade and Commerce Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020; the Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services Act 2020 on different borders of the country since 26th November 2020. 

Therefore, the farmers are sitting on the Singhu Border in protest which is causing a problem to the people travelling from Haryana and Delhi and hence the petition was filed. 

PETITIONER’S COUNSEL 

The counsel relying the case in which the Supreme Court  Bench consisting of Justices S. K. Kaul and Hrishikesh Roy contended that the Bench had held that the farmers’ protest cannot block road traffic,  observing the situation of Monicca Agarwaal, the petitioner who had to travel from Noida to Delhi and due to the protest had asked to travel for two hours for reaching her office.

The counsel using this case as the precedent requested the Supreme Court to intervene in this case as well. 

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