Anil Vij slams Captain Amarinder Singh for remarks on agitating farmers

By Rajan Nath - September 14, 2021 8:09 am

Farmers' protest: Slamming Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh's statement urging the agitating farmers to shift out of Punjab, Haryana Home Minister Anil Vij on Monday called the remark 'irresponsible' and said that it proves that he (Amarinder Singh) instigated the farmers.

Anil Vij also called the farmers' protest a protest sponsored by Captain Amarinder Singh. Taking to Twitter Vij said, "Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh Ji telling farmers to do whatever they want in Haryana or Delhi and don't do it in Punjab is a very irresponsible statement. This proves that Amarinder Singh has done the work of instigating the farmers."

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Meanwhile, he said, in a statement, that "the statement was very irresponsible. It means that you (Amarinder Singh) want to disrupt the peace of your neighbouring states of Haryana and Delhi."

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"It also means that he is the one who instigated them (farmers). His statement also proves that the farmers' protest is a protest sponsored by Amarinder Singh," he added.

Notably, at an event in Hoshiarpur district of Punjab on Monday, Captain Amarinder Singh had said that farmers should desist from holding protests in a state which 'stood like a rock' with them in favour of their legitimate issues against farm laws passed by the BJP led Central Government and 'thrust it upon them unilaterally' even without taking into their confidence.

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"The ongoing protests at 113 places in Punjab by the farmers are not at all in the interests of the state, and has considerably impacted its economic development," he said while hoping that his request would be acceded by the farmers on agitation.

-PTC News

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