Punjab MLA and state Youth Congress chief Amarinder Singh Raja Warring and two other party legislators on Monday alleged that they were deprived of a seat at the enclosure meant for law makers at a venue where Prime Minister Narendra Modi was to address a gathering.
Warring, who is Congress MLA from Gidderbaha Assembly seat in Punjab, came to the venue to hand over a memorandum to the Prime Minister.
However, Warring alleged that he along with his two MLA friends had to go through "humiliation" as they were deprived of a seat at the MLAs and MPs enclosure before the prime minister arrived.
Warring said he wanted to bring to the notice of Modi issues related to land acquisition bill and "problems" farmers are likely to face due to it.
Besides, he was also at the spot to urge the Prime Minister to open trade from Hussainiwala border with Pakistan.
He along with Parminder Pinki and two other party MLAs went out of the venue after failing to get a seat in the enclosure meant for the law makers.