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SC allows TN farmers to file intervention application in suicide cases

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The Supreme on Monday allowed the protesting farmers to file an intervention application in the farmers suicide cases.

The apex earlier April 13 issued a notice to the on the issue of farmer suicide and terming it as humanitarian crisis and is painful to hear that farmers are committing suicide and the state is remaining silent on the issue.

Farmers from have been on protest in the capital for over a month demanding drought relief from the Centre.

The petitioners had earlier approached the Madurai bench of the Madras High Court, where the had demanded an affidavit from the on the steps taken by them to prevent farmer suicides.

The court, however, refused to issue notice to Centre on the for now and said that first state needs to apprise it about the steps taken by it to stop farmers suicide in the state.

The bench also directed the state not to consider the as one among others and utmost importance should be given to it.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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SC allows TN farmers to file intervention application in suicide cases

The Supreme Court on Monday allowed the protesting Tamil Nadu farmers to file an intervention application in the farmers suicide cases.The apex court earlier April 13 issued a notice to the Tamil Nadu Government on the issue of farmer suicide and terming it as humanitarian crisis and is painful to hear that farmers are committing suicide and the state government is remaining silent on the issue.Farmers from Tamil Nadu have been on protest in the national capital for over a month demanding drought relief from the Centre.The petitioners had earlier approached the Madurai bench of the Madras High Court, where the court had demanded an affidavit from the government on the steps taken by them to prevent farmer suicides.The court, however, refused to issue notice to Centre on the petition for now and said that first state needs to apprise it about the steps taken by it to stop farmers suicide in the state.The bench also directed the state government not to consider the petition as one among ...

The Supreme on Monday allowed the protesting farmers to file an intervention application in the farmers suicide cases.

The apex earlier April 13 issued a notice to the on the issue of farmer suicide and terming it as humanitarian crisis and is painful to hear that farmers are committing suicide and the state is remaining silent on the issue.

Farmers from have been on protest in the capital for over a month demanding drought relief from the Centre.

The petitioners had earlier approached the Madurai bench of the Madras High Court, where the had demanded an affidavit from the on the steps taken by them to prevent farmer suicides.

The court, however, refused to issue notice to Centre on the for now and said that first state needs to apprise it about the steps taken by it to stop farmers suicide in the state.

The bench also directed the state not to consider the as one among others and utmost importance should be given to it.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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SC allows TN farmers to file intervention application in suicide cases

The Supreme on Monday allowed the protesting farmers to file an intervention application in the farmers suicide cases.

The apex earlier April 13 issued a notice to the on the issue of farmer suicide and terming it as humanitarian crisis and is painful to hear that farmers are committing suicide and the state is remaining silent on the issue.

Farmers from have been on protest in the capital for over a month demanding drought relief from the Centre.

The petitioners had earlier approached the Madurai bench of the Madras High Court, where the had demanded an affidavit from the on the steps taken by them to prevent farmer suicides.

The court, however, refused to issue notice to Centre on the for now and said that first state needs to apprise it about the steps taken by it to stop farmers suicide in the state.

The bench also directed the state not to consider the as one among others and utmost importance should be given to it.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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