navjot singh Sidhu calls Amarinder Singh architect of Center’s farm laws

Punjab Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu on Thursday hit back at former Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh and called him the “architect” of three agricultural laws, against which farmers’ agitation is going on along the Delhi border. The farmers’ movement has a huge impact in Punjab and could be the biggest issue in the upcoming assembly elections.

Sidhu’s remarks came two days after Singh said that he would soon form his own political party and hoped that seat-sharing with the BJP would be considered if the issue relating to farmers’ interests is resolved. could. Singh, who resigned as chief minister last month, had also said that he was considering an alliance with like-minded parties such as the breakaway Akali groups.

Sidhu tweeted, “Architect of three black laws…who brought Ambani into Punjab’s farming… Ruined the farmers, small vendors and laborers of Punjab for the benefit of one or two big corporates. .

Amarinder Singh had resigned as the Chief Minister of Punjab last month amid a power struggle with Sidhu. Charanjit Singh Channi was made the Chief Minister in his place. Hundreds of farmers have been camping at the borders of Delhi since November 26 last year to demand the repeal of three agricultural laws. Most of them are from Punjab and Haryana.


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