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Amarinder Singh invites farmers who are protesting for a meeting on Saturday

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| Updated: 21 Nov 2020, 01:12:00 AM

Chandigarh, November 20 (Punjab) Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh has invited farmers who are protesting against the new agricultural laws of the central government for talks on Saturday. Bharat Kisan Union (Dakonda) state general secretary Jagmohan Singh said on Friday, “The Chief Minister has invited farmers’ organizations for a meeting in Chandigarh. In this regard, we have called a meeting at Kisan Bhavan here on Saturday and we will work according to whatever consensus there is regarding the Chief Minister’s invitation to that meeting. “Farmers are not allowing passenger trains to pass in the state

Chandigarh, November 20 (Punjab) Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh has invited farmers who are protesting against the new agricultural laws of the central government for talks on Saturday. Bharat Kisan Union (Dakonda) state general secretary Jagmohan Singh said on Friday, “The Chief Minister has invited farmers’ organizations for a meeting in Chandigarh. In this regard, we have called a meeting at Kisan Bhavan here on Saturday and we will work according to whatever consensus there is regarding the Chief Minister’s invitation to that meeting. “Farmers are not allowing passenger trains to pass in the state, In such a situation, the Chief Minister had appealed to the Central Government on Thursday to show leniency and not to reinstate the goods services with the movement of passenger trains.

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