‘Met Amit Shah to go over farm laws’: Amarinder amidst speculations of signing up with BJP

Former Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh Meets Union Home Minister Amit Shah In New Delhi.
Image Source: PTI Previous Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh meets Union Home Minister Amit Shah in New Delhi. Raising speculations over his future plans in politics, former Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Wednesday satisfied Union Home Minister Amit Shah at his residence in New Delhi. Throughout the meeting, the leaders went over the prolonged agitation by farmers against the Centre’s three farm laws.

In a tweet, Amarinder Singh said, “Met Union Home Minister Amit Shah in Delhi. Gone over prolonged farmers’ agitation against Farm Laws and urged him to solve crisis urgently with repeal of the laws and guarantee MSP, besides supporting Punjab in crop diversity.”

Amarinder Singh got here in the national capital on Tuesday, days after he quit as the chief minister of Punjab.

The conference presumes significance as Singh had not opened his cards however had claimed that he had not give up politics and would battle till completion. As concerns to his political future, Singh had stated there were a number of alternatives prior to him.

According to sources, the BJP is trying to rope in Amarinder Singh as new Farming minister and end the farmers’ demonstration which has actually been running for months now.

The veteran Congress leader had actually also released a scathing attack on his bete noire, Navjot Singh Sidhu, who was appointed as the celebration’s Punjab unit president. Sidhu gave up as the Punjab Congress chief on Tuesday.

(with PTI inputs)

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