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Punjab Chief Minister Cautions About Pakistan Amid Farm Protests

Chandigarh: 30 Jan 21 There has been an increase in weapons coming from Pakistan since October when the farmers began their agitation against the three farm laws, Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh has said and noted that he has been cautioning the Centre against the designs of the Western neighbour to cause disturbance in the border state.In an interview with news agency ANI, the Chief Minister said Pakistan has been sending weapons through drones and is also trying to cause infiltration.He said there has been a spurt in “drone delivery” since the farmers’ agitation started and “weapons, money, and heroine” have been coming in.The Chief Minister said Pakistan has sleeper cells which they can activate and “a disturbed Punjab suits Pakistan’s policy”.

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