Ready to resign but won't tolerate attack on livelihood: Punjab CM Amarinder Singh
Chief Minister Singh was quoted as saying in an official release. He said if the farm laws are not revoked, angry youth can come out on the streets to join the farmers, leading to chaos
Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Tuesday said that he was prepared to "resign or be dismissed rather than bow to injustice towards Punjab's farmers" and warned of possible disruption of the state's peace and a threat to national security as a result of the farm laws, pointing out that nobody can tolerate religious hurt and attack on livelihood.
"I am not afraid of resigning. I am not afraid of my government being dismissed. But I will not let the farmers suffer or be ruined," Chief Minister Singh was quoted as saying in an official release. He said if the farm laws are not revoked, angry youth can come out on the streets to join the farmers, leading to chaos.
Sidhu slams state over crop procurement
All is not well within the Punjab Congress as Navjot Singh Sidhu has sharpened his attack on Punjab CM Amarinder Singh on the issue of farmers. Even as the CM has gone for a direct confrontation with the Centre over the farm laws, Sidhu has slammed the state government for its crop procurement model.
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