Amrinder Singh, Punjab Chief Minister cautions about Pakistan amid Farmer agitation

Chandigarh: There has been an increase in arms sales in Pakistan since October when farmers started their agitation against three agricultural laws, Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh has said that he has warned the Center against the design of the western neighbor of the border state. The Chief Minister said that Pakistan is sending weapons through drones and also trying to infiltrate.

“May the government be better on their toes. I have been warning them for a long time that Pakistan is trying to infiltrate the borders. Their weapons are coming. They have sleeper cells that they want anytime they want to Wake up. A troubled Punjab is Pakistan. ” Policies, ”he said.

He said that “drone delivery” has accelerated since the onset of the peasant movement and “weapons, money, and heroine”. The Chief Minister said that there are sleeper cells in Pakistan, which they could activate, and that “turbulent Punjab is in line with Pakistan’s policy”.

He also said that Pakistan and China are colliding and 20 percent of the Indian Army soldiers belong to areas where there is a concern among farmers about agricultural laws and the morale of the soldiers cannot be let down.

“I have a hostile country on my western border. To our north, we have China. These two countries are clashing together. About 20 percent of the Indian Army belongs to the region and we cannot let their morale go down. I think we should be very careful in our choice of news, which does not create a situation where the morale of our soldiers falls down. ”

Asked if he blamed Pakistan for the December 26 violence in Delhi during the tractor march by farmers against three farm laws, the chief minister said it was for the investigating agencies to find out.

“I don’t blame anyone. It is up to the investigative agencies to find out. What I am mentioning is that when this movement has started, why has drone delivery accelerated? Why are arms, money, and heroines coming in?” ” He said that coincides with the movement and I am surprised.

Capt Amarinder Singh said that he had met Union Home Minister Amit Shah in November, as the farmers’ agitation expressed their concerns about attempts to harass Pakistan by going to Delhi’s borders.

“I went to see the Home Minister when everyone started making big news about the farmers’ struggle to discuss the issue. After the farmer’s struggle started in October, the weapons are coming from Punjab (Pakistan) . ” developed. These are the drones that are bringing it. This is what was about me because the drones that bring weapons are for something. They are not sent here as a present. We can hold 30 drones, but there are 20-30. Captain Amarinder Singh said, “We can have, for our purposes.”

“May the government be better on their toes. I have been warning them for a long time that Pakistan is trying to infiltrate the borders. Their weapons are coming. They have sleeper cells that they want anytime they want to Wake up. A troubled Punjab is Pakistan. ”he said.

When asked about the presence of “Khalistani” elements in the farmers’ movement, Capt Amarinder Singh said, “This is what Pakistan wants to do.”

“I don’t say that they are Khalistani. Khalistan, Naxalites, and Urban Naxals just name. People with different ideologies. You can have a leftist ideology, there was always a leftist ideology in southern Punjab”.

He said that the presence of leftist ideology in parts of Punjab is part of history. “Today, saying that these people are urban Naxals were unnecessary,” he said.

He said that the Red Fort is a symbol of independence and democracy of the country and he was saddened by the events during the 26 January violence.

He said that it is for the investigating agencies to investigate incidents of violence and fix responsibility.

“It is something that no Indian can be proud of the Red Fort is a symbol of our freedom and democracy. The Indian flag was erected there on August 17, 1947.

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