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Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa, Gurpreet Singh Kangar pay floral tribute to Baba Ram Singh ji at Singhra village

Ask centre to immediately roll back anti-farmers bills

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Chandigarh/Karnal , 17 Dec 2020

Cabinet Ministers Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa and Mr Gurpreet Singh Kangar today paid floral tributes to Baba Ram Singh ji at Gurdwara Sahib Nanaksar village Singhra, Karnal.Expressing grief over the sad and untimely death of Baba ji, both the Ministers appealed the Union government to resolve the issues of farmers without any further delay.  Pertinently, Baba ji had shot himself at Kundli border on Wednesday as a protest against the apathetic attitude of the Union government towards the ongoing agitation of the farmers.Meanwhile, both the Ministers said that lakhs of farmers were protesting peacefully at Singhu and Tikri borders against the three farm bills brought by the centre government. They said that farmers also want an early resolution of this issue for which the union government must show magnanimity and resolve the issue through dialogue with the farmers, so that the food growers of the country could go back to their homes. Expressing solidarity with the protesting farmers who were sitting in open during spine chilling cold, both the Ministers said that now when the Apex court too had directed the Union government to resolve this issue then the Modi government must find some way to solve this matter.Both the Ministers said that the Punjab government led by Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has already rejected these bills in a specially convened Vidhan Sabha session. They said now the centre should also shun its rigidness and roll back these anti-farmers draconian bills.

 

Tags: Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa , Chandigarh , Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee , Congress , Punjab Congress , Government of Punjab , Punjab Government , Punjab , Gurpreet Singh Kangar , Baba Ram Singh ji , Singhra village , Gurdwara Sahib Nanaksar

 

 

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