The Supreme Court on Monday refused to go into the issue of allowing entry of protesting farmers into Delhi for the proposed tractor rally on the Republic Day, saying it A Bench led by Chief Justice S A Bobde said that it cannot act as the Who should be allowed and the number of people to enter is all matters of law and order to be decided by the police? We are not the first authority, When the AG submitted that the Centre was seeking restraint order on farmers rally as the SC had taken charge of the case, the CJI said that And our intervention is grossly misunderstood. The Centre in its application filed through the Delhi Police had sought to restrain anyone from conducting any protest march either in the form of tractor march, trolley march, vehicle march or any other mode by entering into the National Capital Region Territory of Delhi. It said that any proposed rally or protest which seeks to disrupt and disturb the Republic Day celebrations will cause an The apex court had last week suspended the implementation of three controversial farm laws that have caused massive protest from farmers, mostly from Punjab and Haryana, who have been camping near Delhis borders for more than a month. While it had set up a four-member committee to break the deadlock and facilitate the resolution of the issues between the farmers and the government, Bhartiya Kisan Union leader Bhupinder Singh Mann, one of the members of the expert panel had recused from the committee after concerns were raised regarding his neutral stand on the issue. The other three members are Parmod Kumar Joshi, Agricultural Economist, Director for South Asia, International Food Policy Research Institute, Ashok Gulati, Agricultural Economist and Former Chairman of the Commission for Agricultural Costs and Prices and Anil Ghanwat, President, Shetkari Sanghatana, The top court had also ordered that the Minimum Support Price System in existence before the enactment of the farm laws shall be maintained until further orders and no farmer shall be dispossessed or deprived of his title as a result of any action taken under the Farm Laws. Besides, the representatives of all the farmers