Supreme Court puts stay on Centre's three farm laws; Forms committee for talks

The three new farm laws, which are the center of the massive farmer protests happening near Delhi borders calling for the main demand to repeal the said laws, will not be implemented for now as the Supreme Court made the decision to stay the laws today, which were enacted in September last year. The top court also said a committee of agricultural experts would be formed to take over negotiations with the farmers to end their agitation. In the previous eight rounds of talks with farmers' unions over the past month, the government had firmly ruled out withdrawing the laws but had insisted on amendments. Listen in!