After examining the note and response, the court will proceed, the bench said and adjourned the case hearing to January 28.
Students, elders make it a point to gather at Singhu border to bid farewell to farmers who had ‘become like family’
Langars (community kitchen) were set-up at many places for farmers by locals and given roti, dal, vegetables, milk, bread pakoras, parshad, jalebis.
Farmers at Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur borders had assembled early in the morning at their respective entry points to leave together in a victory procession they called ‘Fateh march’.
Leaving behind his five-year-old daughter, a son and his wife, Ajit Pal Singh has been giving foot massages to elderly farmers at Singhu border.
"The final decision will be taken at tomorrow's meeting after they get a reply from the government," the SKM said.
The farmers said they would continue their protest in the meantime and depending on the progress of the talks, they would decide their next course of action, including ending the protests.
The only thing which is worse than an aborted reform is a stillborn one.
The three controversial farm laws have finally been withdrawn. These were the laws passed in Parliament, and repealed by the sheer power of street protests.
Kota Neelima, director of the Institute of Perception Studies in New Delhi, felt the sanctity of Parliament lies in debate.
Gandhi said the Congress party knew that the "power of three-four crony capitalists cannot withstand the strength of farmers and labourers.
The House was adjourned for the day as Opposition members continued with their protests, raising slogans and holding placards, demanding justice for farmers.
The contentious bill which had caused farmers to take to the streets in protest for almost an year was repealed with passage of the bill first in the Lok Sabha and then in the Rajya Sabha.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the repealing of the three contentious Central farm laws on November 19.
Parl winter session: Sonia, Rahul Gandhi participate in Congress' protest demanding repeal of farm laws
Leader of the Opposition in Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge and Leader of Congress in Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury also participated in the protest.