New Delhi: The Supreme Court today ordered the suspension of the law until the next order to end the ongoing standoff between the central government and farmers’ organizations over the new agricultural law. The court also announced the formation of a committee. The committee will provide a detailed report to the court on the new law, farmers’ grievances, and more. “Those who want to solve this problem should go to the committee and take their case,” the apex court said. Farmers’ lawyer ML Sharma said the protesters wanted to hold talks with the prime minister. But the prime minister has not yet arrived. In response, the Supreme Court ruled that the court could not order the prime minister to do so. The apex court also ruled that the farmers could not be allowed to go to the committee. And without a reason, the Thai suspension cannot be granted. So those who have objections to the law should go to the committee.