The Fact News Service
Chandigarh, December 3
The Delhi chief minister and national convenor of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) said on Wednesday that teeming millions of farmers from across the country, including Punjab, were protesting against the three black farm laws enacted by the Modi government at the Centre in the bone-chilling winter nights, adding that the country’s ‘annaadaata’ had been left to face all kinds of atrocities while fighting for their livelihood.
In a statement, Arvind Kejriwal accused Punjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh of siding with the Modi government instead of holding hands of the farmers during this distressing time when they were demanding repeal of the black laws. He slammed Captain Amarinder Singh for his wild accusation that the Delhi government had cleared the passage for implementation of the three laws, which, he said, was nothing but a false propaganda against me and my government.