Chandigarh: Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh is not happy after the passage of four agriculture bills in the special session of the Punjab Assembly. Recently he has spoken about this bill. He says, 'I am not afraid of my government being dismissed. I have my resignation in my pocket, there is no need to dismiss my government'. In a conversation with reporters recently, Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh said, 'All the parties in the Assembly have shown solidarity with the Agricultural Law.'
In response to a question after the meeting of Governor VP Singh Badnaur, the Captain said, "I am not afraid to resign. I am not afraid of the dismissal of my government. I will not allow the farmers to sink into the furnace of misery or get ruined." Apart from this, he also said that it is hoped that the Modi government at the Center will take a lesson from this and understand the feelings of Punjab. CM Captain has also expressed apprehension, "If the agricultural laws are not repealed, angry young farmers can take to the streets with them, which will cause panic."
Apart from this, Captain also appealed to the farmers to end the rail roko movement and help the state government by restoring traffic. In his statement, he told the farmers that we are standing with you and now it is your turn to stand with us. The whole house is with the farmers but the state is going through a difficult time. There is a crisis on power generation, there is no urea for fertilizer nor there is space in the godowns for the current paddy inflow.