On Friday, Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU) approaches the Supreme Court against the three Farm-Laws passed by the Parliament, claiming the laws will make farmers "vulnerable to corporate greed.” This would be for the first time since the Farm laws passed in the September, any union moves to the court challenges the Farm laws. Centre government passed reformative laws on September 7.
Farmers starting the protest march from Punjab, reached Border with national capital on 26th November, for talks with the Centre Govt. After several rounds of meetings, the talks are in deadlock, farmers demanding repeal of farm laws. However, Centre Govt has assured of securing MSP price in the written intimation.
"MSP will continue. No one should doubt it", assured Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar on Friday.