Petition files in Supreme Court against farmers' protest

Dec 04 2020 05:09 PM
Petition files in Supreme Court against farmers' protest

New Delhi: Farmers have been agitating for the last nine days against the new agricultural laws brought by the Center. They are constantly performing frontiers from Delhi. Meanwhile, a petition has been filed in the apex court against the peasant movement and demand has been made to remove it. Rishabh Sharma filed a petition in the Supreme Court.

The petition said that due to a large number of farmers gathering, there is an increased risk of community infection of Corona, so they should be removed immediately. Protesting farmers have closed the road, which has also disrupted emergency and medical services. The petition said that people come to the capital Delhi for treatment in a large government hospital in Delhi. They have to face a huge problem. On 26 November, the Delhi Police had allowed the farmers to hold a peaceful demonstration at Burari Nirankari Maidan, which the farmers had not considered.

On the ninth consecutive day against the new three agricultural laws of the Central government, the police kept the main roads connecting Delhi to Haryana and Uttar Pradesh closed due to the demonstration of farmers on Friday, due to which the head of the country's capital Traffic at the border points was quite slow. On Thursday, a group of farmers of Uttar Pradesh closed the major National Highway-24 connecting Delhi to Ghaziabad, causing problems to the people coming to Delhi from there.

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