Former Punjab IAS officers demand to repeal three farm bills
- Indian Masterminds Bureau
- Published on 23 Dec 2020, 12:11 pm IST
- 1 minute read
18 former IAS officers of the state discussed the impact of the newly passed bill and praised the farmers to organize the peaceful protest at Delhi’s border.
- Punjab Chief Minister Capt. Amarinder Singh (Photo Courtesy: Social Media)
Amid the ongoing farmers’ protest, former IAS officers of Punjab supported the farmers’ agitation and asked the Centre to take back the new three farm bills.
In support of the farmers’ protest, 18 former IAS officers of the state discussed the impact of the newly passed bill and praised the farmers to organize the peaceful protest at Delhi’s border.
Total 38 farmers lost their lives since the protest started at the border of Delhi. The former bureaucrats paid homage to the deceased farmers and asked the state govt to compensate to their families.
They said that in absence of Minimum Support Price (MSP) and government purchase of foodgrains, the farming would no longer be profitable for the farmers. The farming sector of India is already debt-stressed.
The former bureaucrats who supported the farmers’ agitation included Swaran Singh Boparai, MS Chahal, Ramesh Inder Singh, KS Sidhu, JR Kundal, Kulbir Singh Sidhu, Iqbal Singh Sidhu, TR Singal, Kulbir Singh, SK Sandhu, SR Ladhar, JK Singh, Shivdular Singh Dhillon, Karamjit Singh Sra and Harkesh Singh Sidhu.
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