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Capt Amarinder hopes Guv will heed Punjab's voice, but ready to take legal recourse

Capt Amarinder hopes Guv will heed Punjab's voice, but ready to take legal recourse

Chandigarh, Oct 20 (UNI) In a major show of strength, Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, flanked by leaders of Punjab Congress, AAP and SAD, on Tuesday expressed the optimism that the Governor will listen to the voice of Punjab but said his government was all set to take legal recourse if Mr. VPS Badnore does not sign the amendment Bills passed in the Vidhan Sabha to save the farmers and agriculture.
The Chief Minister said he had sought time from the President of India between November 2 and 5, and all Punjab legislators will together go to him to seek his intervention in the interest of the state. He said he did not think the Centre could afford to ignore the voice of Punjab and hoped they would realise that killing MSP would spell the death knell for farming.
Punjab’s future and national security were both at stake, he said, adding that the coming together of all the parties to fight for the same was a good thing for the state. Expressing his gratitude for the support of all parties to the resolution and the Bills, the Chief Minister said the message that all of Punjab was united against the black Farm Laws will go out to farmers across the country.

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27 Nov 2020 | 7:06 PM

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Farmers uproot barricades in Doomwali, enter Haryana

27 Nov 2020 | 7:02 PM

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27 Nov 2020 | 6:57 PM

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