Punjab CM says his govt will move Supreme Court over new farm laws
KALAN: Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh on Monday said his government would approach the Supreme Court over the issue of new farm laws. He also slammed the BJP-led central government, accusing it of snatching the rights of states. "Will it (Centre) leave anything with them to run their states," Singh asked.
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