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Farm bill protests: Punjab CM Amarinder Singh slams Centre, says his govt will move Supreme Court

Zee News Monday, 28 September 2020
Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh said, "We will be going to the Supreme Court. Agriculture is a state subject but farm bills have been passed without asking us. It is totally unconstitutional."
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