The Supreme Court has stayed the implementation of the three agricultural laws brought by the central government. The bench headed by Chief Justice today put a hold on farm laws until further notice and has constituted a committee to hold dialogue and understand the ongoing dispute between the government and farmers on the laws and submit the report to the Supreme Court. Thousands of farmers have blocked the borders of Delhi to stage their protests against the laws, after which the matter reached the Supreme Court. The committee constituted by the Supreme Court will comprise of Bhupendra Singh Mann of the Indian Farmers Union, Dr. Pramod Kumar Joshi, Ashok Gulati (agricultural expert) and Anil Ghanwant. This committee will submit its report directly to the Supreme Court.