Transport minister Amarinder Singh Raja Vading, who reached Bathinda, was surrounded by farmers. The farmers asked him many questions. After this, he sought compensation for the ruined cotton crop.
Punjab Transport Minister Amarinder Singh Raja Vading arrived on Thursday to visit several villages in Bathinda. In village Dayon, he was surrounded by farmers and started asking questions. The farmers stuck to the compensation for cotton. Buta Singh, a member of the Bharatiya Kisan Union Ugrahan, told that when the top leaders of the union had already said that no leader should enter the village, in spite of this, the Transport Minister in the Congress government reached his village. He told that the farmers had asked questions only to the minister but the minister kept avoiding the questions of the farmers.
Video of minister and farmers surfaced
A video of the question-and-answer meeting between Transport Minister Amarinder Singh Raja Wading and farmers has surfaced. In the video, farmers are questioning the minister about the compensation for cotton. Instead of answering the questions of the farmers, the minister is telling them that there is a high problem. Apart from this, there are some flaws in the minister’s speech. If new Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi is made, he will do something for the farmers.
The game of sand and transport mafia will end now: Raja Vading
On the other hand, on reaching Muktsar, Amarinder Singh Raja Vading announced the beginning of the elimination of sand and transport mafia. On reaching Muktsar for the first time after becoming a cabinet minister, he received a warm welcome on Thursday. He reached Gurdwara Sri Guptsar Sahib Chhateana and Gurdwara Sri Darbar Sahib to bow down. On reaching village Badliana, a contingent of Punjab Police gave a guard of honor.