The Supreme Court on January 12 stayed the implementation of three farms laws until further orders. The upper court further formed a four-member committee to hold dialogues with farmers over the act. But farmers at the Singhu border are not satisfied with SC's stay order. One of the protesting farmers at the site said, "The stay is a lollipop to shut us up and send us to our homes. They have to roll back the laws." Another farmer said, "SC's stay is another government move to shut the protest. This is not Supreme Court's job, it was government's job."