Brahmpura reminds Mann: No more a comedian, be the CM of Punjab

Brahmpura reminds Mann: No more a comedian, be the CM of Punjab

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Punjab India News 

Tarn Taran November 24 Ravinder Singh Brahmpura, the Constituency in-charge of Shiromani Akali Dal Khadoor Sahib and former MLA, has expressed his concern regarding the recent meeting between the farmers of Punjab and the Chief Minister Punjab. Unfortunately, the meeting concluded without any satisfactory resolution.

Speaking to the media at village Shahbazpur, Brahmpura highlighted the Chief Minister's past history of making hollow promises and resorting to dramatic actions. He criticized the Chief Minister's approach during the meeting, comparing it to that of a comedian entertaining people with lies. Brahmpura firmly reminded Bhagwant Mann that he is now the Chief Minister of Punjab and must take his responsibilities seriously.

Shiromani Akali Dal acknowledges the significance of constructive dialogue between farmers and the government to effectively address their concerns. 

Brahmpura stressed that the late Chief Minister, Sardar Parkash Singh Badal, used to approach farmers' grievances with humility, understanding the pain of the people of Punjab. However, the conduct of the recent meeting raises doubts about the current Chief Minister's sincerity and commitment to resolving farmer issues," he stated.

Brahmpura emphasized the urgent need for transparent and meaningful discussions that lead to concrete solutions for farmers' grievances. He called upon CM Bhagwant Mann to prioritize the welfare of the farming community and take decisive steps to alleviate their difficulties. If farmers are provided with better solutions, they will not resort to road blockades, train disruptions, or protest demonstrations," he added.

Shiromani Akali Dal remains steadfast in its commitment to support the interests of Punjab's farmers and will continue to advocate for their rights and welfare. 

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