The Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed a PIL which sought directions to the Centra and States for enforcing the recently passed three Famers Acts.
“You cannot ask for a general direction to implement the Act. You have to bring forth specific cases”, observed the Chief Justice of India, S A Bobde, while dismissing the PIL.
The PIL filed by “Hindu Dharma Parishad” had also sought for d
You should not ask for a general course to enforce a law: PIL to execute farmers’ actions is rejected by the Supreme Court.
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court dismissed a PIL seeking directions to the Centra and States to implement the recently passed three Popular Acts.
“In order to implement the Act, you can not ask for a general direction. Specific cases must be brought forward,” observed the Chief Justice of India, S A Bobde, while dismissing the PIL.
The PIL filed by “Hindu Dharma Parishad” also sought guidance to ban all protests against the Farmers Act and agitation.
Two other petitions that questioned the constitutionality of the three laws were also released by the bench:-Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Price Assurance and Farm Services Act Agreement, 2020 Farmers Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020 and 2020 Basic Commodities (Amendment) Act.
D K Dhakkad, a farmer based in Madhya Pradesh and the Bharatiya Kisan Party, lodged these petitions.
Senior Advocate Vivek Thankha, representing for Dhakkad, argued that the farmers’ laws were in disagreement with the Agriculture Produce Marketing Committees’ Madhya Pradesh laws.
Two weeks ago, the CJI-led bench issued notices against the Actions on two other PILs.