Pop celebrities including Rihanna, Greta Thunberg and many celebrities around the world Peasant movement India’s celebrities have given a befitting reply to support. These celebrities include politicians, Bollywood industry actors, cricketers etc. Apart from this, the Indian Ministry of External Affairs has also bluntly stated that the facts should be examined before making any comment on any issue. In fact, many other celebrities also tweeted in support of farmers after Rihanna tweeted an article related to CNN’s farmers movement. The pop star first tweeted and wrote, “Why aren’t we talking about this?” Hashtag Farmer Protest. “A CNN article wrote that India shut down the Internet around New Delhi amid clashes between farmers and police. After this tweet, she also trended on Twitter for a long time. After this, from this morning onwards, celebrities of different world told him a lot without naming him. Here we are going to tell you about those celebrities who have given a befitting reply to these foreign celebrities…
Which leaders gave the answer from politics?
Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Nirmala Sitharaman, JP Nadda etc. are those who have responded to the political world, Rihanna-Greta etc. Amit Shah tweeted that no propaganda can break the unity of India. No propaganda can stop India from achieving heights. The fate of India is no propaganda, only progress will be determined. India is one and together for progress. JP Nadda replied that we are all together. We are united against propagating against India and presenting the wrong picture of the country. Sadanand Gowda replied that after extensive discussion and debate, the Indian Parliament passed reformist agricultural laws. But vested interests propagated a small section of the peasant community to mislead them to pursue their agenda.
No propaganda can deter India’s unity!
No propaganda can stop India to attain new heights!
Propaganda can not decide India’s fate only ‘Progress’ can.
– Amit Shah (@AmitShah) February 3, 2021
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman writes that before commenting on such matters, we would urge that the facts be ascertained and a proper understanding made on the issue. Apart from this, many leaders gave a befitting reply to Rihanna and other celebrities. At the same time, External Affairs Minister Jaishankar wrote that the targeted campaigns targeting India will never succeed.
“Before rushing to comment on such matters, we would urge that the facts be ascertained, and a proper understanding of the issues at hand be considered.”#IndiaTogether #IndiaAgainstPropagandahttps://t.co/rGJiPvlM4D
– Nirmala Sitharaman (@nsitharaman) February 3, 2021
At the same time, when Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was questioned about this, he called it an internal matter of India. He said, “This is an internal matter of India, but farmers’ laws should be withdrawn.” The Union ministers also used two hashtags of India Together and India Against Propaganda in their tweets, after which they became trending.
From Akshay to Karan Johar, everyone targeted
Bollywood actors Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgan, filmmakers Karan Johar, Sunil Shetty said that instead of focusing on the half-baked truths and differences that can arise, people should focus on the government’s efforts to resolve the ongoing farmer crisis.
Farmers constitute an extremely important part of our country. And the efforts being considered to resolve their issues are evident. Let’s support an amicable resolution, rather than paying attention to anyone creating differences. 4#IndiaTogether #IndiaAgainstPropaganda https://t.co/LgAn6tIwWp
– Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) February 3, 2021
Sunil Shetty, while sharing the State Department’s statement on Twitter, said that there is nothing ‘more dangerous than half-baked truth’. Akshay Kumar said that the efforts of the government to resolve the issue are clear. Ajay Devgan tweeted and urged people to beware of false propaganda against India or Indian policies.
– Suniel Shetty (@SunielVShetty) February 3, 2021
Karan Johar wrote that no one should be allowed to divide the country. Also, singer Kailash Kher said without naming anyone that anti-India can fall to any level to discredit the country.
God said – Indians know India…
At the same time, Sachin Tendulkar, former cricketer of Team India, who is considered as ‘God’ among his fans in the cricket world, exhorted Rihanna and others. He tweeted and wrote that India’s sovereignty cannot be compromised in any way. External forces can see, but cannot participate in it. Indians know India and can take decisions about India. As a country we live one.
India’s sovereignty cannot be compromised. External forces can be spectators but not participants.
Indians know India and should decide for India. Let’s remain united as a nation.#IndiaTogether #IndiaAgainstPropaganda
– Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) February 3, 2021
Also, Pragyan Ojha tweeted in response to Rihanna, “My country is proud of our farmers and knows how important they are. I believe it will be resolved soon. We do not need to outsmart our outsiders in our internal affairs. “Anil Kumble, the former Test captain, replied,” As the world’s largest democracy, India is capable of leading its internal issues to amicable solutions. He also used hashtags called India Together and India Against Propaganda.
– Anil Kumble (@ anilkumble1074) February 3, 2021
Indian Foreign Ministry responded to pop star, Greta
The Ministry of External Affairs responded to comments from other celebrities, including the pop star, that some vested selfish groups are trying to impose their agenda on the demonstrations and about the agrarian reforms passed after a full discussion in Parliament on farmers’ very The small class has some objections. The ministry said in a statement that we would request that the facts be investigated and developed a proper understanding of the issues before making hasty comments in such cases. The ministry further said that the urge to sensationalize hashtags and comments on social media, especially by celebrities and others, is neither correct nor responsible. The Twitter statement released by External Affairs Ministry spokesman Anurag Shrivastava also had hashtags of India Together and India Against Propaganda.