New Delhi, Sept 7 (ILNS): A member of the Supreme Court-appointed panel on farm laws which had submitted its report in March this year, has written to CJI NV Ramana, to make public the report submitted by him
Anil Ghanwat, who was nominated to represent the farming community in his letter to the Chief Justice of India said, “I feel that the report has not been given any attention by the Supreme Court.”
In January this year, the top court had suspended the implementation of the three farm laws that set off protests across the country and formed the committee to report on the laws.
“As a member of the Committee, especially representing the farmers’ community, I am pained that the issue raised by the farmers are not resolved yet and the agitation is continuing,” wrote Ghanwat, who is a member of the farmers’ group Shetkari Sanghatana.
The committee, he said, had incorporated opinions and suggestions from all stakeholders and the report has addressed “all apprehensions of the farmers”.”The Committee was confident that the recommendations will pave the way to resolve the ongoing farmers’ agitation,” he added, seeking a public debate on the report.
Ghanwat requested the Top Court to release the report for implementations of its recommendations for peaceful resolution of the stalemate to the farmers’ satisfaction at the earliest./ILNS/SNG