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Harsimrat's resignation a gimmick to fool farmers: Punjab CM Amarinder Singh

IndiaTimes Thursday, 17 September 2020
Had the SAD taken a stand earlier and supported his government against the farm ordinances, the Centre might have thought ten times before pushing the “anti-farmer” Bills in Parliament, the chief minister said. “Did Sukhbir and Harsimrat and their coterie not see the damage the legislation would do to Punjab's agriculture and economy all this time?” he said in a statement.
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