Press Reporter News Service
Chandigarh, November 20
Amid the standoff between the Punjab farmers and the Centre over the resumption of products trains, Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee chief Sunil Jakhar as we speak advocated early polls in Punjab which, he stated, can be a referendum on the three central farm legal guidelines. He described these legal guidelines as nothing however sluggish poisoning.
“The election final result will come as a shock to the BJP which will probably be outrightly rejected by the folks of Punjab,” Jakhar stated in an interplay with The Press Reporter. “The best way the Centre has been treating Punjab is regrettable. The state is being held to ransom by holding again GST and Rural Improvement Fund and suspending items trains”, he stated.
“The BJP has succeeded in weakening the help for the farmers’ agitation with its divide and rule coverage. The farm unions appear to be taking part in into palms of the saffron social gathering. It’ll be a long-drawn battle which should be fought politically. It could be naive to consider that the problem can be resolved by holding a rally in Delhi”, the previous MP noticed.
In view of the dwindling urea inventory, he appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to make sure a rake of urea for Punjab.
“The second that is achieved, the farmers will withdraw their stir,” Jakhar claimed.