Sat. Feb 24th, 2024


 The President of Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) has written a letter to the Chief Justice of India (CJI) D.Y. Chandrachud to provoke suo motu motion towards the farmers for forcibly attempting to enter Delhi.

In his letter to CJI, SCBA President Adish Aggarwala on Tuesday stated that that is the best time when the Supreme Court ought to act suo motu (by itself movement) and make sure that these farmers do not create any nuisance and trigger large inconvenience to most people.

“It is suspected that this protest is politically motivated ahead of forthcoming Parliament election. Even if the farmers have genuine demands, they don’t have the right to put the general public to hardship, ” stated the letter.

It added that their proper to protest shouldn’t be allowed to impede the widespread residents’ proper to guide their lives with none drawback.

“By not accepting the offer of the Govt. of India, suggested at last night’s talks, the so-called leaders of the farmers have decided to move to Delhi only to create problems to people of Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, Jammu & Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh. If they are still adamant on protesting, they should protest in their native places, ” additional said the letter.

Saying that attorneys who apply within the Supreme Court, the Delhi High Court, completely different Commissions and Tribunals and the District Courts will probably be going through large challenges to attend court docket proceedings, SCBA President Aggarwala requested the CJI to concern directions to all involved to not go any “adverse orders due to non-appearance in any matter” until there are obstacles in free motion of the general public on Delhi borders on account of farmers’ agitation.

Further, he requested the CJI “to take suo motu action against the erring farmers for forcibly trying to enter Delhi in a bid to create nuisance and disturb the daily life of citizens.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *