Bathinda, September 26
Expressing solidarity with families of farmers who misplaced their lives throughout agitation in opposition to the farm legal guidelines, Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi on Sunday handed over appointment letters to authorities jobs to their subsequent of kin.
Accompanied by Deputy Chief Minister Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, the Chief Minister visited the home of labourer, late Sukhpal Singh (30) at Mandi Kalan village in Bathinda and handed over an appointment letter of authorities job to his elder brother, Natha Singh.
Sukhpal Singh fell unwell through the sit-in protest at Tikri border and underwent remedy on the PGI, the place he died on March 31.
Expressing gratitude to the Chief Minister, Natha Singh stated as per the announcement made by the state authorities, that they had already bought a monetary help of Rs 5 lakh that’s being utilised to rebuilt their dilapidated home.
Similarly, the Chief Minister handed over an appointment letter to Gurmail Singh of Chauke village in Rampura tehsil of Bathinda as his solely son Jashanpreet Singh (18) died on the Tikri border on January 2.
Striking an emotional chord, the Chief Minister stated the state is dedicated to bail them on this hour of disaster.
He stated they’d not permit these legal guidelines to be carried out within the state. IANS