Modi government should resolve the farmers’ issue, otherwise witness disaster: Supreme Court

New Delhi: The Indian Supreme Court has reportedly rejected the Modi government’s plea to stop farmers’ protests against controversial agricultural laws.

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Farmers’ protest against controversial agricultural laws in India continues for the 23rd day. Regarding the farmers’ movement, during the hearing in the Supreme Court, the Chief Justice of India has said that farmers have the right to protest and, according to the court, protest can become a national issue.

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On the other hand, the ongoing farmers’ protest movement in India has become a headache for the Modi government. The nationwide protest of Indian farmers has been going on for three weeks. Thousands of farmers have staged sit-ins around the capital, New Delhi. The closure of the national highway connecting New Delhi with other states has dealt a severe blow to the traffic system and economic activities.

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