New Delhi: Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Thursday met Union Home Minister Amit Shah at his residence here. Helping to bring about amicable relief to the current standoff between the Center and the farmers regarding the new agricultural laws.
Sources said that the meeting was being held simultaneously with the interaction between the farmer leaders and the government who are campaigning at the Vijayan Bhawan.
According to sources, the scheduled meeting in the morning was delayed by two hours and started at noon.
The Punjab Chief Minister and his Congress party backed the farmers’ uproar, and the state legislature passed a set of bills aimed at defying the farm’s agricultural legislation.
Singh had earlier said that he and his government were ready to intervene in the dialogue between the center and the farmers in the collective interest of all.
The protesting farmers, most of them Punjab-based, are marching on the border of the nation’s capital. They are demanding that the government withdraw new agricultural laws if they want to end their uproar.


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