‘Why Aren’t We Talking About This’: Rihanna Tweets on Farmers’ Protest, Kangana Ranaut Calls Her ‘Fool’

New Delhi: Hollywood pop star Rihanna has tweeted in regards to the ongoing farmers’ protest in India by sharing a information article in regards to the non permanent web shutdown in elements of Delhi. Rihanna, who has greater than 100 million followers on Twitter, expressed her considerations over the farmers’ agitation in India and likewise the navy coup in Myanmar. Also Read – Haryana Government Extends Suspension of Mobile Internet Services Till February 3

Sharing a CNN article about web shutdown round Delhi after police and farmers clashed on Republic Day, Rihanna stated in her tweet: “Why aren’t we talking about this?! #FarmersProtest” Also Read – Bharat Bandh on Feb 6: Roads to be Blocked as Farmers Call For Nationwide Chakka Jam | All You Need to Know

Quote retweeting Rihanna’s tweet, Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut replied saying: “No one is talking about it because they are not farmers they are terrorists who are trying to divide India, so that China can take over our vulnerable broken nation and make it a Chinese colony much like USA. Sit down you fool, we are not selling our nation like you dummies.” Also Read – Internet Suspension Extended at Delhi Protest Sites Till February 2

Rihanna isn’t the primary movie star to query the Indian authorities on the farmers protest. Hollywood actor John Cusack had additionally tweeted a number of instances in solidarity with Indian farmers.

Bollywood actors Sonam Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra earlier prolonged assist to the farmers protesting towards Centre’s new farm legal guidelines.

Other celebs equivalent to Diljit Dosanjh, Harbhajan Mann, Jasbir Jassi, Reitesh Deshmukh, director Hansal Mehta and others have additionally voiced their assist to the protesting farmers.

Enacted in September final yr, the three legal guidelines have been projected by the Centre as main reforms within the agriculture sector. However, the farmers together with the opposition events allege that the farm legal guidelines had been introduced ‘without any consultations with states and farmer unions and lacked national consensus’.

In the wake of the enactment of those farm legal guidelines, hundreds of protesting farmers, primarily from Punjab and Haryana, have been tenting at a number of Delhi borders for over two months, demanding the repeal of the legal guidelines, and a authorized assure on minimal assist costs (MSP) for his or her crops.

Moreover, these farmers have expressed their apprehension that these legal guidelines would pave the way in which for eliminating the security cushion of MSP and cast off the ‘mandi’ (wholesale market) system, leaving them on the mercy of massive corporates.

On the opposite hand, the Uttar Pradesh authorities after the violence final week ordered the elimination of protesters from Ghazipur – which lies on the Delhi-UP border. They had been ordered to depart by Thursday evening.

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