Punjab Captain Amarinder Singh appealed protesting farmer not to damage mobile towers

Punjab, 25/ 12 (AO Bureau) : Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Friday appealed to the protesting farmers not to damage the mobile tower. There were reports that farmers protesting against the new agricultural laws had affected the electricity of mobile towers in many parts of Punjab. CM has urged the farmers not to cause ‘inconvenience to the public’. During this time, CM has cited the bad impact on the agricultural sector in the state. The demonstration of farmers on the border of Delhi has been going on for almost a month.

Mobile service is necessary for the COVID era
Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has appealed to the farmers to remain calm amid reports of power affecting the mobile towers in Punjab. He emphasized that telecom connectivity has become very important in the midst of the Covid-19 epidemic. Apart from this, he has asked farmers to be discipline amid the ongoing demonstrations on the borders of Delhi.

He has asked the farmers not to take the law into their own hands by forcibly cutting off telecom connectivity or putting pressure on the employees. Apart from this, he has said that such works are not in the interest of Punjab. The CM said that the people of Punjab are standing with the farmers in the fight against the ‘black’ laws and will continue to stand. He appealed to the farmers to decide whether the people of the state should somehow get involved in the fight for justice.

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