Rail services in the state have remained suspended since September 24 when farmer organisations organised protests on tracks and station premises against the recently passed farm laws.
The Centre on Wednesday put the onus on the Punjab government for the disruptions of the rail services in the state.
Sukhbir said Amarinder was 'directly responsible' for the present state of affairs in Punjab including the economic blockade of the state.
The Punjab Assembly on Tuesday adopted a resolution rejecting the Centre's new farm laws and passed four bills it said will counter the contentious legislation enacted by Parliament.
The chief minister was speaking in the Vidhan Sabha while presenting his government's four bills to negate the Union Government's farm laws, on the second day of the special session of the House.
The Cabinet also gave its nod to a bill to replace the 'Punjab State Vigilance Commission Ordinance, 2020'.
The Chief Minister had earlier announced that his government will fight the “anti-federal and vicious” farm laws tooth and nail through legislative, legal and other routes.
The Environment Pollution (Prevention and Control) Authority had earlier asked Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh not to charge rentals from small and marginal farmers.
Punjab govt orders closure of all COVID level-1 facilities due to drop in occupancy
Daily calling of home isolation patients for monitoring their well-being will be done from phone numbers 01206679850, 08068972066 and 04068118722.
Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Friday announced an increase in compensation from Rs 2 lakh to Rs 5 lakh to the kin of the deceased.
A total 299 vehicles and machines being used for illegal mining have also been seized across the state in the past three months
The applications for grant of permission for shooting would need to be submitted to the deputy commissioner giving full details of the location and number of days required.
Harbhajan Singh said that he is not eligible for Khel Ratna award, which is the highest sporting honour in the country.
The rates, finalised for private hospitals and medical colleges by the Dr K K Talwar Committee, cover isolation beds, ICU treatment and hospitalisation charges, per day of admission.