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Case to remove protesting farmers from Delhi border, hearing in Supreme Court on 16

A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court against the new agricultural laws to remove the farmers who are protesting on the borders of Delhi. The case will be heard on 16 December (Wednesday). According to the Supreme Court website, the bench of Chief Justice SA Bobde, Justice AS Bopanna and Justice V. Ramasubramaniam is scheduled to hear the case. Law student Rishabh Sharma has filed this petition. According to the petition, the passengers are facing difficulties due to the demonstration. Due to this, cases of corona may also increase.

Rishabh Sharma also sought to instruct the authorities to issue guidelines on physical distance and use of masks at the protest site to open roads on Delhi’s borders, shift protesters to the allotted space and curb the spread of corona. is. The petition claimed that on 27 November, the Delhi Police allowed the protesters to protest peacefully at Nirankari Maidan in Burari, but have blocked the national capital’s borders despite this.

Vehicular traffic is affected

The petition also stated that due to the ongoing protests on Delhi’s borders, roads have been closed by the protesters and the borders are closed. This is affecting vehicular traffic. People visiting and seeking medical treatment in reputed government / private hospitals in Delhi are also facing problems. The petition has been filed through advocate Om Prakash Parihar.

Demonstration on Delhi border for last 18 days

Explain that the farmers’ organizations have been protesting against the new agricultural laws on the Delhi border for the last 18 days. The farmers want the central government to withdraw all three new laws. At the same time, the government is trying to settle the matter through dialogue. There have also been six rounds of talks between the farmers and the government, but this has not yielded any concrete results.

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