The Supreme Court-appointed committee on the three new farm legal guidelines is scheduled to carry its first assembly on January 19 at Pusa campus right here, its member Anil Ghanwat mentioned on Sunday.
The Supreme Court had on January 11 stayed the implementation of the three legal guidelines, towards which farmers are protesting at Delhi borders for over 50 days now, until additional orders and appointed a four-member panel to resolve the deadlock.
Bhartiya Kisan Union president Bhupinder Singh Mann, nonetheless, recused himself from the committee final week.
Apart from Ghanwat, agri-economists Ashok Gulati and Pramod Kumar Joshi are the opposite panel members.
“We are meeting on January 19 at the Pusa campus. Only members will meet to decide the future course of action,” Ghanwat, President of Shetkari Sanghatana (Maharashtra), informed PTI.
“One of the four members has backed out of the committee. If the apex court does not appoint a new member, the existing members will continue,” he mentioned.
The Supreme Court could take note of the matter of recusal of the member from the panel on Monday when it’s scheduled to listen to the pleas referring to the controversial farm legal guidelines and the farmers protests.
Ghanwat mentioned the committee has acquired the phrases of reference and can start its work from January 21.
Asked concerning the authorities holding parallel talks with protesting farmer unions after the establishing of the SC panel, he mentioned, “We have no issue if a solution is found and the protests end from either (efforts of) our panel or from the government’s separate talks with the protesting farmer unions.”
“Let (Government) them continue the discussion, we have been given a duty and we will focus on that,” he added.
So far, the federal government has held 9 rounds of formal talks with 41 farmer unions however has failed to interrupt the logjam because the latter have caught to their important demand of an entire repeal of the three Acts.
In the final assembly, the Centre had urged that the unions represent their very own casual group to arrange a concrete proposal on the three farm legal guidelines for additional dialogue at their subsequent assembly on January 19 to finish the long-running protest at numerous Delhi borders.
The prime court docket would additionally hear on Monday the plea of the central authorities, filed although the Delhi Police, looking for an injunction towards a proposed tractor march or some other sort of protest by farmers that will disrupt the Republic Day celebrations on January 26.