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‘Farmers should go to Delhi and agitate; Development of Punjab should not be hampered ‘

Farmers have been protesting against the central government’s agricultural laws for the last 9 to 10 months. The agitation is being carried out mainly by farmers in Punjab and Haryana, who have been stationed on the Delhi border for the past several months. The agitation continues even after rounds of meetings with the central government failed. Farmers are demanding that the government repeal all the three laws. However, as no solution has been found yet, the farmers have taken a stand that they will not go home till the law is repealed. Apart from Delhi, these agitating farmers are also agitating in Punjab. Chief Minister Amarinder Singh has advised these farmers to go to Delhi and agitate instead of obstructing the development of the state.

“The agitating farmers should focus on the central government in New Delhi. The state government and administration should be kept away from this campaign. If you want to put pressure on the central government, move your movement to Delhi. Don’t bother Punjab with your movement. Even today, farmers are agitating in 113 places in the state and this is affecting the development of the state, ”said the Chief Minister. “We have recently met the farmers and increased their cane prices,” he said. Chief Minister Singh made this statement while laying the foundation stone of a government college at Mukhliana village in Shri Hoshiarpur district.

Earlier, Chief Minister Singh himself had staged a protest in support of farmers against three agriculture laws. Thousands of farmers, especially from Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh, have been protesting on the Delhi border since last November.

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