Jalandhar- The Chairman of Punjab State Board of Technical Education and Industrial Training Mohinder Singh Kaypee and Sub-(*5*) Magistrate-1 Dr Jai Inder Singh on Thursday handed over a cheque of Rs 5 lakh to the family of a farmer who died throughout an ongoing protest in opposition to the farm legal guidelines at Singhu border.
Farmer Bhupinder Singh of Bolina village had gone to Singhu border and was taken to a hospital at Panipat after he developed a fever and one other well being situation on January 25 and died through the therapy on subsequent day. The cremation was held within the village on January 27.
While handing over the cheque to the family of Bhupinder Singh, the Chairman of Punjab State Board of Technical Education and Industrial Training Mohinder Singh Kaypee expressed deep sympathy with the family and mentioned that the Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh had introduced a monetary assist of Rs 5 lakh to the family of every farmer who had sadly misplaced their lives through the protest in opposition to the centre’s farm legal guidelines.
He mentioned that Punjab Government stands rock stable with the farmer’s family and warranted all sort of help to them.
He mentioned that Bhupinder Singh had misplaced their lives for the rights of the farmers and union authorities should think about their calls for of repealing three legal guidelines instantly.