The Delhi High Court Bench hearing COVID related matters today refused to go into a plea regarding the proposed march by Punjab farmers into Delhi on May 26 in protest against the Farm Laws. .The Court said that issues concerning farmers protests is being handled by the Supreme Court and the High Court will not examine the same. ."That is not an issue that we are looking ... We are not here to deal with farmers' agitation... That is something the Supreme Court has looked into," Justice Vipin Sanghi observed..The matter was mentioned this morning before a Bench of Justices Sanghi and Jasmeet Singh, which is also dealing with matters concerning COVID-19 management. .May 26 marks six months since the Farmers Protest began against the Central government's controversial farm laws. In view of this, the Bharatiya Kisan Union had given a call to the farmers to march to the capital. "Tomorrow, May 26 will mark 6 months of farmer protests. Harvest season is over. BKU and farmer unions are coming to Delhi," advocate Dhananajay Grover submitted this morning. .He therefore said that there is a need to look at preparedness in facing potential issues that could arise due to the march. "There could be roadblocks, oxygen supply will be disrupted," he said. .The Court, however, declined to entertain the matter today, while also observing that oxygen supply is going on.