Farmers protest has misplaced credibility after Purple Fort breach: Amarinder Singh


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“I do assume that the motion has been discredited. The entire world was supporting the farmers. However the second the violence got here, and the image of the Purple Fort was violated, was when the motion misplaced steam,” Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh mentioned.

Days after tractor parade violence in Delhi, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Friday mentioned that the farmers motion has been discredited after January 26 violence within the nationwide capital. After the R-Day chaos, farmers protest has misplaced its credibility and route.

“I do assume that the motion has been discredited. The entire world was supporting the farmers. However the second the violence got here, and the image of the Purple Fort was violated, was when the motion misplaced steam,” Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh mentioned.

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“I feel that the federal government ought to proceed its contact with the farmers and the farmers should go to the conferences. This should be resolved. It can not proceed like this,” Singh added.

“It is not for me to place the blame on any individual or company. However one factor should be understood, the federal government in energy should take duty and that authorities is presently of BJP. They have to come clean with this truth and look into why they could not perceive the motion’s nature,” Punjab CM mentioned.

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