Farmers’ agitation: Punjab CM cautions Centre on Pakistan’s machination
Chandigarh: Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh has cautioned the Centre against the designs of the Western neighbour to cause disturbance in the border state.
He said there are reports of an increase in weapons coming from Pakistan since October when the farmers began their agitation against farm laws.
Chief Minister told news agencies that Pakistan has been sending weapons through drones and is also trying to cause infiltration.
Capt Singh said Pakistan has sleeper cells which they can activate to disrupt peaceful atmosphere in Punjab.
Pakistan and China are going to collude to take advantage of the farmers’ agitation, the Punjab CM said. He said he has already discussed with the Home Minister Amit Shah and informed on the machination by Pakistan and China to take advantage of the ongoing farmers’ stir.
The Chief Minister said he has been warning the government for a long time that “Pakistan is trying to infiltrate”.