Amarinder says violence in Delhi unacceptable, orders high alert in Punjab

Credit: IndiaTimes- Published on January 26, 2021
The chief minister condemned the incidents that took place at the historic Red Fort and urged the farmers to immediately vacate the national capital and return to the borders, where they had been protesting peacefully for the past two months. Singh ordered a high alert in Punjab amid the tension and violence in Delhi, and...

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Published on January 29, 2021 -  01:00
'No Indian can be proud,' says Amarinder Singh on violence at Red Fort on R-Day
Chief Minister of Punjab Captain Amarinder Singh on January 29 reacted on violence that took place at Red Fort on January 26. He said that the incident was something of which no Indian can be proud of. "The Red Fort is a symbol of our Independence and democracy. It was a sad day when I saw that (violence) happening," he said.

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Amarinder Singh

15th and current Chief Minister of Punjab, India
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State in northern India
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Red Fort

Historic fortress in Delhi, India
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