Tribune News Service
Jalandhar, September 13
Pun-Najab Prime Minister Amarnd Singh on Monday called on Pun-Najab opposition farmers to take Darnaas in Harna and Delhi instead of the province.
The Prime Minister made the remarks while laying the foundation stone of the Government College Mukhila and Hosshiarper.
Farmers are protesting at 113 stations across the state, he said. He said such protests were hurting Pun Najab’s economic prospects.
“If the farmers want to take over the Darana, they have to move to Haryana and Delhi instead of Pun Najab,” he told the farmer.
According to the Prime Minister, the agricultural laws were drafted by Harimrat Kauer Badal, a former Minister of Coalition and even a former Minister of Coalition. CM Parkash Singh Badal changed their voices completely when they argued in favor of these laws but failed.
Regarding the union government, the prime minister said the constitution has been amended 127 times since 1950.
“So why support the farmers along the Singu and Tikri border and repeal the farming laws once and for all,” the Punjab government said. In addition to working for relatives of deceased farmers, when it comes to agricultural laws.
The Prime Minister also laid the foundation stone of the PAU Agricultural College in Lolo Saunkri, Nawanshahar, and has begun his academic studies with 60 seats and classes since October 1.
The Prime Minister said he will be coming for the first time with a BSC (Agricultural) course from Pun Najab Agricultural University Ludhiana Outside Agricultural College.
He said the opening of the college is a major milestone in agricultural development in the Kandi area and will help strengthen research in the region’s problems and crops as well as agricultural services.
Introducing the Vegetable Research Center in Nawanshahar, Captain Amarder Singh emphasized Apple research as part of diversity.
He said the state government will now pay 60 percent of the subsidy to smallholder farmers to protect the crop from livestock. Provide services to guide farmers and grow fruits and vegetables.
In addition to exploring the possibility of planting a park and coffee plantation, a member of parliament, Sahib Manish, supports the reconstruction and rehabilitation of Candi Can 2.
M.L.A. He thanked Darshan Lal Mangupur of Balachaur Chaudhary for donating to the state in the form of an agricultural college and for leaving no stone unturned in ensuring adequate funding for the development of the Kandy region.
In 2022, Captain Amarder Singh reiterated that Congress would form a government in the region.