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Farmers can't give up stubble burning completely: Punjab CM Amarinder Singh

Zee News Wednesday, 15 November 2017 ()
Asserting that a long-term solution was needed to arrest the problem of crop residue burning, the Punjab CM said the state government was looking for affordable solutions for this problem.
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News video: CAP Amarinder Singh Says Punjab Has No Money To Manage Stubble

CAP Amarinder Singh Says Punjab Has No Money To Manage Stubble 00:47

Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh apparently gave up from owning any responsibility on the issue of Delhi pollution because of stubble crop burning in neighboring Punjab by claiming that it was Centre’s responsibility to take care of this as the state has no money to compensate farmers.

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