As Punjab polls loom, the Centre’s big farm laws move on Guru Nanak Jayanti.

As Punjab: The reopening of the Kartarpur Sahib Corridor was announced just two days ago by the Centre.

On Guru Nanak Jayanti, Centre's Big Farm Laws Move As Punjab Polls Loom

New Delhi: 

Opposition parties applauded protesting farmers on their “success” following Prime Minister. Narendra Modi’s decision today to abolish three contentious agriculture rules. That have sparked protests by farmers at the national capital’s borders and across the country for over a year. The Prime Minister selected Guru Nanak Jayanti, the first. Sikh guru’s birthday, to make the statement, which could have an impact on the approaching Punjab elections. Early next year, the state will go to the polls.

This announcement comes just two days after the Centre declared the reopening of the Kartarpur Sahib Corridor, a route connecting. Gurudwara Darbar Sahib Kartarpur in Pakistan to Gurudwara Darbar. Sahib Kartarpur in India, which will benefit a huge number of Sikh pilgrims.

As Punjab: On the occasion of Guru Nanak Jayanti, Punjab Congress chairman. Navjot Singh Sidhu praised the farmers’ “sacrifice” and called the decision “a step in the right direction,” while former Punjab. Chief Minister Amarinder Singh congratulated the Prime Minister for “accomplishing every Punjabi’s request.”

The “martyrdom” of “almost 700 farmers” who perished during the rallies, according to. “Generations to come will remember how my country’s farmers put their lives on the line. To protect farmers and agriculture,” he said.

However, the majority of the farmers protesting are from Punjab and Western Uttar Pradesh. Because multiple states, notably Uttar Pradesh and. Punjab, will conduct assembly elections next year, the decision to. In addition, Lift the limitations is said to have been spurred by the ruling. BJP’s recent losses in by-elections.

For instance, The measure should put an end to the frequent clashes between police and farmers over agricultural law demonstrations in. Punjab and Haryana. Political leaders were also barred from campaigning in both states. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Jannayak Janata Party (JJP) leaders were denied access to their Haryana constituencies. Therefore, The Akali Dal and other parties in Punjab faced opposition during their election campaigns.

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