The Supreme Court-appointed panel tasked with holding a dialogue on the Centre's new agriculture legislation has reached out to stakeholders across the country. 

The public notice that appeared in national newspapers sought views and suggestions on the three farm laws so that they can be compiled and submitted to the Supreme Court.

The notice highlights that the committee seeks the opinion of farmer unions, farmer associations, farmer producer organizations and other stakeholders engaged in agriculture-related activities to consider their views on the said farm laws.

The feedback can be given till February 20 through the portal (farmer.gov.in/sccommittee) or via email to sc.committee-agri@gov.in

Thousands of farmers have been protesting on the outskirts of the national capital New Delhi for over two months, seeking the scrapping of the new farm laws.

There have been many rounds of the talks between the Centre and protesting farmer unions till date. The dialogue, however, has failed to resolve the deadlock.

The expert committee was constituted on January 12 by the Supreme Court bench comprising Chief Justice of India S A Bobde and Justices AS Bopanna and V Ramasubramanian to get the views of all stakeholders and submit a report within two months.