Press Reporter News Service
Chandigarh, November 21
Punjab’s kisan unions on Saturday determined to permit all trains to move by means of the state from November 24.
Welcoming the choice, Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh stated urged the Centre to renew rail providers to Punjab forthwith.
Punjab CM @capt_amarinder assures Kisan Unions to think about their different calls for, together with sugarcane charges & dues in addition to FIRs in 2019 stubble burning circumstances, earlier than November 30, and to kind a committee of officers to debate the identical.
— Raveen Thukral (@RT_MediaAdvPbCM) November 21, 2020
Had a fruitful assembly with Kisan Unions. Pleased to share that beginning 23rd Nov night time, Kisan Unions have determined to finish rail blockades for 15 days. I welcome this step since it is going to restore normalcy to our economic system. I urge Central Govt to renew rail providers to Punjab forthwith. pic.twitter.com/shmIZPHFR0
— Capt.Amarinder Singh (@capt_amarinder) November 21, 2020
Raveen Thukral, media adviser to Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, additionally tweeted on his official deal with.
“Punjab CM @capt_amarinder assures Kisan Unions to think about their calls for, together with sugarcane charges and dues as nicely FIRs in 2019 stubble burning circumstances, earlier than November 30, and to kind a committee of officers to debate the identical,” Thurkral wrote on Twitter.
Of the 30 unions which can be collectively holding protests in opposition to the three farm legal guidelines, at the least 14 had expressed their opinion to vacate all railway property throughout a gathering on Wednesday.
The unions weren’t slightly below strain from the Centre and state authorities but in addition from the trade to alter their protest ways and assist raise the “financial blockade” imposed on the state because the Centre had refused to renew practice providers until all railway property was vacated by the protesters. Farmers are presently sitting in protest on railway land, aside from tracks and platforms.