Senior advocate Dushyant Dave has offered free legal aid to farmers opposing the new agricultural laws on Delhi's borders. The leaders of the movement have welcomed Dave's offer.
Senior advocate and chairman of Supreme Court Bar Association Dushyant Dave has offered legal help to the farmers free of cost after meeting the members of the farmers' struggle committee. Dave said, 'If the farmers want to contest any case in the High Court and the Supreme Court, then I am ready to debate on their behalf for free. I stand with the farmers. '
With this, Dave called the agricultural laws unconstitutional and illegal.
After this statement by Dushyant Dave, a senior advocate of the Supreme Court HS Phoolka said that 'We are thankful to Dushyant Dave that he has offered to help the farmers legally. The government should think that when senior lawyers of the country are saying that these laws are not in the interest of the farmers, then the government should think about this.
Talks between farmers and the government will be held again today
The next round of talks will be held between the government and the farmers today to solve the issue. In this conversation, the Government side will be led by Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar along with Railway Minister Piyush Goyal and Minister of State for Commerce and Industry Somprakash.
Farmers call for Bharat Bandh on 8 December
On the other hand, agitating farmers have called for a Bharat Bandh on 8 December. Bharatiya Kisan Union General Secretary Harinder Singh Lakhwal said, "In our meeting on Friday, we decided to call 'Bharat Bandh' on December 8 and during this time we will also capture all the toll plazas." If these agricultural laws are not withdrawn, then we plan to block the remaining roads of Delhi in the coming days.