Charanjit Singh Channi met Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the first time after becoming the Chief Minister of Punjab. PM Modi congratulated him on becoming the Chief Minister. Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi’s visit to Delhi comes after former Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh. Many issues were discussed during the meeting. The maximum focus has been given on the agriculture sector. Talking to reporters after meeting PM Modi, Charanjit Singh Channi said that it was a courtesy meeting.
Talking to the media, CM Charanjit Singh Channi said that the procurement of paddy in Punjab starts from October 1, but this time the central government has done it on October 11. I have requested the Prime Minister to start it now.
CM Channi said that PM Modi has assured to solve all the issues. Chief Minister Channi said that the talks with the PM were held in a very nice and pleasant atmosphere. Requested him to end the quarrel of 3 agriculture bills. At the same time, PM Modi also said that he wants to find a solution for this. I appealed to the Prime Minister to start talks with the farmers. Along with this, he also requested to immediately open the Kartarpur Corridor between India and Pakistan, which was closed due to Covid, so that the devotees can go there.
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CM Channi also apprised the Prime Minister about the problems and issues of Punjab. He also presented a replica of Shri Darbar Sahib to the Prime Minister. The rhetoric had started in Punjab regarding the purchase of paddy has been asked to start from October 11.
Apart from this, political crisis is being seen in Punjab at this time, the situation is such that while Captain is thinking of leaving Congress, Sidhu is said to be angry and has resigned from the post of President and CM Channi is finding it difficult to run the government. It is at such a time that his meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi has become very special.
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