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Punjab CM Amarinder Singh on New Farm Laws – Not Happy with Centre

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Tuesday said that he was not happy because of the new farm laws made by the centre and he also said he is ready to resign.

The Chief Minister added that he was very upset and sad about the whole situation and want to actually understand why this is happening because each farmer is suffering because of COVID-19 crisis.

The leader minister turned into talking within the Vidhan Sabha whilst supplying his authorities’ four bills to negate the Union Government’s farm legal guidelines, on the second one day of the unique consultation of the House.

He also said that if the centre does not do something then youth will defiantly come in support for farmers and they will start protesting on the streets.

We have stood with you, now it’s our turn, he appealed to the farmers, including that the entire House changed into with them but the state was going through difficult times, with electricity technology at a precarious low, no area for fertilizers and no space in go down for fresh paddy arrivals.

Singh made it clear that his government would not allow the state’s farming community and agriculture, which have been the returned of its growth and development, to be ruined through the BJP via such devious methods.

His government’s 4 Bills, stated the chief minister, were aimed toward stopping the damage that the central legal guidelines might purpose to the country and its agriculture, even as allying fears of farmers and clients.

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