As I said SC has no business telling what to pass or not. They can only interpret not stop any thing.
When a law is stayed by the court, it becomes unusable, only the court can remove the stay order.
Agriculture comes under state jurisdiction. Central govt should stop paying subsidies if they want states to enact competitive laws.
The APMC Act can only be changed by the central govt.
Calling others as dumb is a dumb thing, its govt that looks dumb now after repealing it. They are seen as power hungry ppl not the "nationalistic" who are willing to sacrifice power. Govt also tried playing the ant-national trick and it dint go well. So stop digging that hole.
Only dumb moves are possible once smart moves are stayed. The only thing the govt could do was introduce an ordinance to add or remove a small part of the laws, but nothing concrete can be done in this case. It's an either/or situation. This is not a murderer gets death penalty or life sentence situation. This is more like a murderer should get punished or not situation, either/or.
Had the SC not stayed the laws, a lot of farmers would have signed contracts with the private sector, and once that got going things would have continued that way for quite some time, enough to get a large number of supporters for the new laws. Farmers are too dumb to realise whether something is good or not until they actually experience it. They don't have the education to read or write, so they can't do their own research, they only depend on what others tell them to believe. And dumb people prefer status quo when they get comfortable. Getting blackmailed and exploited is normal for farmers, so they think that's the way life works. People there are talking about 700 deaths during the protests, but nobody cares about the thousands who kill themselves due to usurious illegal loans, after all dead men tell no tales.
There's a frick-load of corruption within govt enterprise and that's a fact.
At present, only insurance firms have right to file objections to crop-cutting exercise, which is crucial in determining yield
Only private sector entry can actually bring in competition and reduce corruption. But nothing's gonna happen until farmers actually experience this. But the court happily ruined it.