Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, September 16
Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Wednesday appealed to farmers to not cease visitors or violate Section 144 within the state over the agriculture Bills, however made it clear that no circumstances can be registered in opposition to them for violation of Section 144 as they have been combating for his or her lives.
FIRs already registered in opposition to farmers protesting in violation of Section 144 can be withdrawn, stated the Chief Minister, speaking to mediapersons outdoors the Governor’s House after submitting a memorandum in opposition to the “anti-farmer” Bills on behalf of the Punjab Congress. The farmers are violating the legislation because the ordinances would smash them and their households, he stated in response to a query.
The state Congress and his authorities have been with the farmers, the Chief Minister asserted, including that the Centre’s legislations would smash Punjab and its agriculture, which was the spine of its financial system. The ordinances would pave the best way for ending the MSP regime, which might spell doom for Punjab, and in reality the entire nation, he added.
Amarinder urged the farmers to take their protests to Delhi, on the doorstep of the central authorities, and warranted them that the Congress would stand with them of their combat.