Captain Miley Shah, said- Police is not ready to take security, so Center should give them security, 25 companies of CAPF for Punjab and anti-drone technology for BSF
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Captain Amarinder Singh meeting Amit Shah in Delhi.
Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh met Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday evening. During this, while apprised of the latest threat emerging in Punjab, the Captain has asked Shah for 25 companies of the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF). At the same time, the Captain said that the lives of 5 farmer leaders were in danger.
He said that this leader has refused to take the security of Punjab and Haryana Police. He said that the farmers’ movement has been going on for a long time and now they are being instigated against the government from across the border. The Captain also asked the Border Security Force (BSF) deployed on the Pakistan border to provide anti-drone technology. He has appealed to the Home Minister to withdraw the agriculture laws as well.
The most important thing is that in the midst of the ongoing agitation against the agrarian reform laws, the lives of the farmer leaders have been threatened. He specifically gave information about 5 farmer leaders whose threat intelligence agencies have accurate inputs. These farmer leaders have refused to take the security of Punjab and Haryana Police. However, their names have not been made public. Apart from this, the Captain also threatened temples, RSS branch and offices, their leaders, BJP, Shiv Sena leaders along with Dera, Nirankari Bhawan and congregations in Punjab. He spoke to the Home Minister about the explosive material Shah received from Amritsar recently.
The Captain demanded 25 companies of CAPF and asked them to be deployed in Jalandhar, Amritsar, Ludhiana, Mohali, Patiala, Bathinda, Phagwara and Moga.
Farmers are being instigated from across the border: Captan
The Captain also asked Amit Shah to withdraw the agrarian reform laws that had caused huge protests from farmers. He said that because of the protracted peasant struggle, they can be instigated against the government from across the border, so the issue needs to be resolved soon. He said that the situation may worsen in view of the upcoming assembly elections.