The Supreme Court today put on hold three farm laws of the Modi government against which the farmers have been protesting over 40 days at the Delhi border. In the hearing today at the apex court, the government argued that ''Khalistanis'' had infiltrated the protests.
As Attorney General KK Venugopal made the statement, the Supreme Court asked him to file an affidavit. The top government lawyer said he would do so by tomorrow along with inputs from the Intelligence Bureau. The Khalistan reference emerged when a farmer group in favour of the central laws alleged that banned organisations had entered the protests.