Several farmer groups said they wont participate in the four-member expert committee set up by the Supreme Court (SC) on Tuesday to create a As many as 32 farmer organisations from Punjab, who are protesting at different entry points to the national capital, also vowed to continue the protest, despite the court staying the laws for the time being. The order of the apex court does not address our demand, Asked whether non-cooperation with the process installed by the court order won We have not moved the court, still, some of our organisations have been included in the case. The Samyukta Kisan Morcha (United Farmers Several organisations who are part of the Samyukta Kisan Morcha have already spoken against the decision of the apex court to appoint a committee. Farmer unions reiterate that they will not participate in any such committee process. Further, one of their apprehensions about such a process got validated (in the very composition) of the committee, These are people who are known for their support to the three Acts and have actively advocated for the same. It is not out of place to remind that the farmer unions have rejected a Committee-proposal from the government too. Their dialogue is basically with an elected government about its policy directions., Rakesh Tikait, farmer leader and spokesperson of Bharatiya Kisan Union, which has a significant presence in western Uttar Pradesh and Haryana, said that the farmers demand to repeal the farm laws and enforce the MSP under a law. The movement will continue till this demand is met, Tikait said.