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Amid farmers protest, Captain Amarinder Singh to meet Amit Shah today

By Rajan Nath -- December 03, 2020 9:12 am -- Updated:Feb 15, 2021

Amid farmers protest at Delhi borders against the farm laws 2020, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh is all set to meet Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday.

Amid farmers protest at Delhi borders against the farm laws 2020, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh is all set to meet Amit Shah.

The meeting between Captain Amarinder Singh and Amit Shah was scheduled to be held at 10:30 am, however, it was rescheduled to 12:00 pm.

The Centre and Punjab government is expected to discuss the solution to the ongoing farmers’ protest at Delhi borders.

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Amid farmers protest at Delhi borders against the farm laws 2020, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh is all set to meet Amit Shah.

The Chief Minister is expected to give his suggestions to Shah regarding the current situation.

Captain Amarinder will meet Amit Shah at the latter’s residence.

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The meeting of Captain and Shah comes at a time when the farmers will meet the Union Ministers on Thursday.

Amid farmers protest at Delhi borders against the farm laws 2020, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh is all set to meet Amit Shah.

The Central government will hold another round of talks with farmers on Thursday to discuss the farm laws 2020.

However, SS Subhran, Joint Secy, Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee, Punjab, said that "The Centre is trying to divide the farmers. We won't attend any meeting called by the Govt until PM Modi doesn't hold a meeting with leaders of all 507 farmers' unions."

Amid farmers protest at Delhi borders against the farm laws 2020, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh is all set to meet Amit Shah.

The farmers have been protesting near Delhi for more than a week.

Meanwhile, a group of farmers from Rajasthan has joined the protest at Singhu border against the Centre's farm laws 2020.

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A farmer said, "Around 500 farmers from Rajasthan are reaching here soon. PM said many times that MSP will be protected. So, what's the problem in putting it in writing?"

-PTC News

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