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Lockdown should continue, Punjab will allow district-wise relief to farmers: Amarinder Singh

IndiaTimes Friday, 10 April 2020
Addressing a press conference through video conference on Friday, CM Amarinder Singh said Punjab will allow district-wise relief from lockdown only to farmers to allow them for harvesting of Rabi crop.
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