Supreme Court issued notice to 43 leaders of farmers organizations who are leading protests

New Delhi: The  Supreme court has taken a tough stand on the farmers' agitation following the violence in Lakhimpur Kheri in Uttar Pradesh. On a PIL seeking blocking of the road on Delhi-Noida route, the Supreme Court has said that when we have stayed three agricultural laws for the time being, why are there agitations on the roads? The Supreme Court has issued notices to 43 farmers' organizations in the case and sought their response.

In fact, Monika Agarwal, a resident of Noida, had raised the issue of Delhi-Noida traffic being disrupted due to the farmers' agitation. He had demanded in the court to open the roads in Delhi which were disrupted due to the farmers' agitation. After which the Supreme court issued notices to 43 farmers' organizations. The matter will now come up for hearing on October 20. On the same issue, the Haryana government had filed an interim application seeking to make 43 farmers' organizations parties.

The court has issued a notice on the Haryana government's plea. The Supreme court has sought a response from farmers' organizations on a PIL seeking disruption of the Delhi-Noida route against three agricultural laws. The Supreme Court has issued notices to 43 farmers' organizations in the case.

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