'We don't want to punish farmers...' Know why SC said this

New Delhi: The apex court today heard the air pollution situation in the country's capital Delhi and NCR. The Supreme Court expressed strong displeasure over the way the court proceedings are being shown on TV. The court said the TV debate is causing the most pollution. The court further said that TV channels do the limits, here is something said and they make something else of it.

The court said it seems that they (the media) do not understand things, they are just increasing their agenda. Chief Justice (CJI) NV Ramanna told Delhi government counsel Abhishek Manu Singhvi about the stubble that if you continue to raise more similar issues, the main issue will not be resolved. We don't want to punish farmers. We have already asked the central government to take those farmers forward and urge other farmers not to burn stubble for at least a week, the apex court said.

The petition filed in the apex court has asked the government not to show seriousness in tackling air pollution and sought to take the Air Quality Management Commission under the supervision of the court which is under trial. A bench of CJI NV Ramana, Justice DY Chandrachud and Justice Suryakant is hearing the case.

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