Farmers have refused to interact with Supreme Court appointed 3 member panel – Ajay Chautala

Previously, four or five JJP MLAs openly voiced out support to the farmers’ demand for the repeal of the Centre’s new farm laws. With the Khattar government facing severe criticism for water-cannoning farmers and dug up highways to stop farmers to proceed to Delhi, all JJP MLAs travelled to Delhi to discuss the issue with Amit Shah. While Khattar and Chautala welcomed the Supreme Court’s stay on the laws, farmers have refused to interact with the SC-appointed 3-member panel.