Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday lashed out at Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh for criticising him for notifying one of many three farm legal guidelines handed by Centre. The Delhi authorities on November 23 notified the Farmers’ Produce Commerce and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Ordinance, 2020.
Punjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Tuesday lashed out on the Delhi authorities and accused it of “working behind the farmers’ backs”, ANI reported.
Kejriwal in response to those allegations stated, “Punjab CM has made allegations in opposition to me that I’ve handed the black legal guidelines in Delhi. How can he do such low-level politics on this fragile scenario? It’s lower than the state govt to implement it. Had it been so, why would farmers of the nation maintain talks with the Centre?”
Kejriwal requested Singh if he’s accusing the Delhi CM in a bid to kind a friendship with BJP. He stated, “So, is it the strain of those folks that you’re placing allegations in opposition to me? Are you doing it for friendship with BJP or are you beneath strain because the Enforcement Directorate has filed a case in opposition to your loved ones?”
Kejriwal defended the Delhi authorities’s determination to inform the farm legislation by saying that the state authorities can’t repeal them. Solely, the Centre can roll again these legal guidelines since that they had launched them, he stated.
Greater than 30 farmers’ teams have gathered on the a number of places throughout the Delhi-Haryana border protesting in opposition to the three farm payments handed by the Centre through the monsoon session of Parliament in September. They’ve demanded that the Centre rollback the farm legal guidelines, claiming that the brand new legal guidelines will have an effect on the procurement of grains beneath the minimal assist value system and can pave the way in which for company farming.
The protests which started on November 25 noticed clashes between Haryana police and the farmers. Haryana Police officers on November 25 fired tear fuel shells and water cannons on the agitating farmers however the farmers managed to interrupt barricades and enter New Delhi. Whereas most farmers are protesting close to the Singhu border, some farmers have continued their protests at DDA floor in Burari. On November 29, farmers teams rejected to speak with the Centre over the problems in regards to the new payments and demanded high-level committee ought to hearken to their grievances.