Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Saturday said he will not speak to his Haryana counter Manohar Lal Khattar until he seeks an apology for inflicting brutality on farmers marching to Delhi. The Punjab chief minister also junked the allegations that he did not speak to Khattar over the farmers issue despite repeated attempts by the Haryana CM, according to a statement. But now, after what he has done to my farmers, I will not speak to him even if he calls me 10 times. Unless he apologises and admits that he did wrong with Punjabs farmers, I will not forgive him, The Punjab CMs reaction has come after Khattar alleged on Saturday alleged that despite wanting to talk to him over the issue, he did not respond even when telephone calls to his office were made for three days. Claiming a Earlier, Khattar had accused the Punjab CM of Amarinder Singh said there is no way he would talk to Khattar again Singh said if he could talk to the prime minister and the Union home minister so many times on the farmers issue, why would he have not taken calls from a neighbouring chief minister if he had truly called earlier. Questioning Khattars decision of not allowing farmers to go peacefully to the national capital, Amarinder Singh demanded to know I run a border state and will never do anything to create a law and order problem of any kind, For 60 days, the farmers were blocking Punjabs railway tracks, causing more than Rs 43,000 crore in losses to the state, without any problem. Dont I have better things to do than to incite farmers, Let them make up their minds, The CM declared that no political party was involved in the farmers protests, which were a spontaneous reaction of farmers who were fighting for their future, according to the release. Lambasting Khattars charges that farmers were creating law and order problem, the CM said the Punjabis are law-abiding citizens and it is Haryana which is Terming as The Punjab CM said farmers had announced their decision to go to Delhi several days ago, even before lifting the rail blockade. Farmers are angry over the farm laws, which seek to destroy a well-tried and successful 100-year-old system of mandis and arhtiyas (commission agents), he said. Stating that nobody was stopping corporate houses from coming into the agricultural marketing system, the CM said they are even now procuring and running businesses in Punjab. They can do this while continuing with the existing system, both can run in parallel, he added. The CM said he also wanted the issue to be settled and the confrontation to end and will do what he can to help resolve the problem. He was prepared to back any attempts by the Centre to end this imbroglio, he said, adding that the Centre has to talk to the farmers and find a solution.