Compensation of Five lakhs and job to family of farmer who died in agitation said Punjab CM


Chandigarh, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has expressed sympathy with the families of the 76 people killed in the peasant movement. The Chief Minister has announced a compensation of five-five lakh rupees to the families of these farmers and to provide jobs to one of the families.

The Chief Minister announced this in his Facebook Live program Ask the Captain today. He said that the central government has made these laws without consulting the states, while agriculture is a state subject and the central government does not have the right to make laws on it. For this reason, farmers have been fighting to save their lands there for the last four months, regardless of the cold, rain.

The Captain further said that by implementing these three laws, the central government wants to break the mandis and stop the MSP system. Already, only two crops get MSP. If it is also handed over to the open market, it will be like other crops including maize.

Said- Punjab was not included in PM’s committee

Capt Amarinder Singh clarified that the PM formed a committee to enact the three laws but did not include Punjab. He said, did not call us in the first meeting. I wrote to him that why did you not include Punjab giving 40 percent food grains. Then we too were made its members. The second meeting had financial issues in which Finance Minister Manpreet Badal attended to attend.

Captain Amarinder said, Opposition parties Shiromani Akali Dal and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) are alleging that I approved the draft of these laws. Now someone has given this information in RTI and has given a report in the media. This has exposed the lies of SAD and Aam Aadmi Party. Asked about the 40 people summoned by the NIA, the Captain said, “Love with whom you agree, but if you force yourself, Punjabi will not come under pressure.”

He said that the Khalsa are also taking the help of those who serve all over the world. I have opposed these summons. Regarding the ongoing meetings between the central government and the farmers, Captain Amarinder said that how often the central government will meet the farmers. What is the problem in repealing these laws? Has the constitution not been amended 130 to 140 times? The Captain said that if the government wants to enact a law for reform, then repeal these three laws and form a committee in which farmers are also involved. It should be enacted and enacted with their consent.

Admission process will begin in Kapurthala Medical College in 2022

Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh said that admissions will start in Kapurthala Medical College in FY 2021-22. The Chief Minister said that it takes time to build a building. Admissions will start here from next year. Praveen Singh of Pathankot raised the issue of sale of illicit liquor. He told the Chief Minister that the police was not doing anything in this matter. He said that he has instructed the SIT and the police to apprehend those who sell illicit liquor.

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