Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Tuesday moved a resolution in the state assembly against the contentious farm laws enacted by the Centre recently. The resolution was moved by the Leader of the House on the second day of a special assembly session here over the new farm laws. The chief minister also introduced three bills to counter the Centre’s farm laws. Addressing the members of the House, Singh said agriculture is a state subject but the Centre ignored it. “I find it very strange what the government of India wants to do,” he said. Farmers in the agrarian states of Punjab and Haryana are up in arms against the Centre’s farm laws.