Punjab

Bharat Bandh: Punjab CM cautions farmers against letting anyone take advantage of their protest

By Rajan Nath -- December 08, 2020 8:12 pm -- Updated:Feb 15, 2021

Bharat Bandh: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Tuesday cautioned the farmers against elements that could try to take advantage of their protest and spoil the peaceful atmosphere of the state.

Congratulating the farmers for ensuring peace during the Bharat Bandh on December 8, just as they had maintained peace throughout their over 2-month long protests, Captain Amarinder Singh warned that during agitations and similar situations, some people with no genuine concern about the cause of the protestors, try to take advantage for their own petty gains by disturbing the peaceful environment.

Bharat Bandh: Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh cautioned farmers against elements that could try to take advantage of their protest.

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In a Facebook Live message, Captain Amarinder expressed happiness that the bandh was completely peaceful in Punjab, and appreciated the farmers for exercising their democratic right to protest peacefully.

Even when they blocked railway tracks in Punjab, there was no violence, he pointed out.

Bharat Bandh: Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh cautioned farmers against elements that could try to take advantage of their protest.

The Chief Minister, while urging the Centre to understand the pain of the farmers, hoped that the deadlock over the Farm Laws, for which talks are currently in progress, is resolved soon.

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Punjab’s farmers have been at the forefront of the agitation, which has been going on for a long, he pointed out, adding that with the weather getting colder, it was important for the Government of India to find a solution so that the farmers could go back home.

Bharat Bandh: Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh cautioned farmers against elements that could try to take advantage of their protest.

This was also essential in view of the ongoing Rabi sowing season, he said, adding that “the country needs our grains.”

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Regretting that the ongoing agitation had cost some lives, including the death of an elderly woman today, the Chief Minister announced his government’s full support for the victims’ families.

-PTC News

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