BHUPINDER SING MANN RECEIVES THREATS FROM CANADA

    One of the four experts nominated by the Supreme Court for negotiations with the farmers protesting against the farm Law, Bhupinder Sing Man is encountering and receiving threats from Canada after recusing himself from the Supreme Court-appointed panel.

    Bharatiya Kisan Union president, Bhupinder Singh Mann has announced that he would withdraw himself from the Supreme Court-appointed panel. He proclaimed that he wanted to remain impartial and due to the sentiment of the public concerning and associating with the ongoing farmer protest.

    He affirmed that he would stand along with the farmers of Punjab.

    The Supreme Court-appointed four members to resolve the dispute between the fazing farmer Union and the centre regarding the three new farm laws. The court has stayed with the implementation of the three new farm laws.

    The apex court has named four experts to adept to the panel comprising agricultural economist Ashok Gulati, BKU National President, Bhupinder Sing Mann, Pramod Kumar Joshi- Director, Anil Ghawnat, President Shetkari Sangathan.

    According to the Attorney General, the Khalistan supporters has infiltrated the protest of the farmers against the new three laws. The Supreme Court remarked that, if the infiltration report is true by the banned organization then the government has to validate it.