8 am: Solicitor General Tushar Mehta , representing the Centre, on Monday told the Supreme Court bench which was hearing a batch of petition challenging the laws and the farmers’ round-the-clock sit-ins on the outskirts of Delhi, that they made “harsh observations” during the hearing, reports The Indian Express.

In response, the chief justice of India said, “That was the most innocuous factual thing for us to say.”

7.47 am: Farmers’ group reject Supreme Court’s suggestion to appoint a committee to resolve the impasse over the three farm laws, reports The Hindu.

“While all organisations welcome the suggestions of the Hon’ble Supreme Court to stay the implementation of the farm laws, they are collectively and individually not willing to participate in any proceedings before a committee that may be appointed by the Hon’ble Supreme Court,” a statement by Samyukt Kisan Morcha, issued late on Monday night, said.

The statement also says that the Centre’s attitude before the Supreme Court on Monday makes it clear that the government will not agree to discuss farmers’ demand to withdraw the contentious legislations before a panel.

7.45 am: The Centre, through the Delhi police, on Monday moved the Supreme Court seeking an injunction order against any proposed tractor, trolley or vehicle march or any other kind of...

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