Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi today met Union Home Minister Amit Shah regarding changes in the rules of permanent members in Bhakra Beas Management Board (BBMB) and the issue of students of Punjab stranded in Ukraine. After meeting the Home Minister, CM Channi said that the main issue was BBMB (Bhakra Beas Management Board), officers should be deployed as before.
CM Channi said, “The Center wants to deploy people from outside. I requested the Home Minister to reconsider it. I have assured that he will discuss with his minister in 1-2 days and as per Punjab’s wish.” Will act accordingly.”
‘Some people are still trapped’
After meeting the Home Minister, about the students of Punjab trapped in Ukraine, he said, “Our 997 students were in Ukraine, out of which 420 have returned. 200 have gone to Poland and are safe, but some people are still stranded. I made a request for them, the Home Minister assured me that they are monitoring and the students will come back.”
At the same time, just before the results of the Punjab Assembly elections have come out, the results of the exit polls have come out, in which this time the Aam Aadmi Party seems to be close to forming the government in Punjab. At the same time, Congress seems to be out of power. Along with the results of the exit polls, the reactions of the leaders are also coming out. Meanwhile, Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi also replied on the exit polls of ABP, C-Voter. He said that now only these boxes will tell what has to happen, so wait till March 10, when the results will come out.
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