Thu. Sep 28th, 2023

Amritsar- The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) President Advocate Harjinder Singh Dhami has strongly condemned the cane cost by the Aam Aadmi Party authorities of Punjab on the farmers at Longowal and expressed his condolences to the household of the farmer who misplaced his life.

He mentioned that this motion is painful and in opposition to the accountability of the federal government in direction of the folks.

Harjinder Singh Dhami mentioned that after the scenario brought on by the pure calamity flood in Punjab, farmers’ our bodies are constantly struggling for his or her rightful calls for, and the SGPC additionally helps the identical.

He mentioned that on the one aspect farmers are struggling heavy lack of crops resulting from flood and however the federal government is doing excesses on them.

He mentioned that the registration of circumstances below critical offenses in opposition to the struggling farmers at Longowal is condemnable motion, which the federal government ought to withdraw instantly.

The SGPC President mentioned that farmers present meals for the whole nation and the farmers of Punjab have at all times served humanity generously even throughout pure calamities.

He mentioned that the federal government is committing excesses in opposition to the farmers as a substitute of giving them their due rights. He mentioned that Punjab is an agriculture-based state the place massive inhabitants is engaged on this occupation.

The present Aam Aadmi Party authorities, which made many guarantees to the farmers in the course of the elections, is now operating away from fulfilling their rightful calls for.

Harjinder Singh Dhami mentioned that it’s the accountability of the federal government to work for the uplifting the agriculture that strengthens the financial system of the state, however the authorities is suppressing the farmers by operating away from its accountability.

The SGPC President expressed dedication that the Sikh group will present all attainable help to the struggling farmers if wanted.

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