The Supreme Court has asked the central government to find a solution to the blockade of roads due to farmers' protests against three agricultural laws.The Supreme Court was hearing a plea by a Noida resident seeking a direction to ensure that the road between Noida and Delhi is kept clean. The agitation on Delhi's borders has now completed nine months. are going.After 26 August this movement will enter the tenth month.
Supreme Court asks Centre to find a solution to the blockade of roads due to the ongoing farmers' protest against the three agriculture laws— ANI (@ANI) August 23, 2021
The court was hearing a petition of a Noida resident seeking direction to ensure that the road between Noida to Delhi is kept clear pic.twitter.com/YDSQFb0idm
Why are the roads still closed?
Noida-based petitioner Monika Agarwal had demanded that the roads connecting Noida to Delhi are closed due to farmers' agitation and due to this common people are facing problems.These roads should be opened.The Supreme Court asked the Center why the roads are closed till now.There is no harm in protesting, but the roads should not be blocked.A bench of Justice Kaul and Justice Harikesh Rai was hearing the matter.
Takes two hours for a 20-minute route
Monika Aggarwal filed an application saying that the route from Noida to Delhi which was only 20 minutes, now it is taking more than two hours.This crisis must end.While hearing this, the Supreme Court said that the issue of farmers can be resolved in some other way, but common people should not suffer in this way.
Answer sought from central government and three state governments
Along with this, the Supreme Court has issued notices to the Central Government and the three State Governments concerned and sought answers.The court asked the central and state governments to coordinate and try to eliminate the road block.During the hearing of the application, Justice Kaul said that the solution lies in the hands of the central government and the states concerned.Roads should not be closed for any reason.Time is given to the central government to resolve this issue.He should resolve the issue and submit the report to us.
can't close the roads
The Supreme Court said that farmers have the right to agitate, but they cannot block roads for it.They can move anywhere.