In a parliamentary democratic set up, it is not possible to impose laws on an utterly hostile community despite the best of intension and the promise of long-term national gains, without due consultation, consensus and credible parliamentary scrutiny.
The Central government has decided to repeal the three controversial Farm Laws against which led to farmers from Punjab, Haryana and Western Uttar Pradesh to a widespread protest especially at a Singhu border for almost over a year.
The uncouth dance of democracy, choreographed against the backdrop of Pegasus and the demand for scrapping farm laws, was rehearsed while throwing the rule book at the Chair and finally executed, in protest against the passage of the General Insurance Business (Nationalisation) Amendment Bill, 2021.
The committee constituted on the agricultural laws submitted the sealed report to the Supreme Court. The opinion on the report submitted on March 19 is taken from the farmers' organizations and experts.