Actor Siddharth has hit out at a number of celebrities, including cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, for opposing the global discussions on the farmers’ protest. Siddharth said that if you do not choose your own hero wisely, they would have to watch their noses fall out. His response was via Twitter.
“Choose your hero wisely. Or they will have to watch their noses fall out of fame. If they had an education, honesty and a backbone, they could have survived.”
“Powerful people who do not belong to either side suddenly come together under a planned effort and sing the same song from the same level as the pledged objects. This is all propaganda. Identify your propaganda. Siddharth tweeted, ‘#propoganda #farmersprotets.”
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Pop singer Rihanna tweeted yesterday in support of farmers who have been protesting for more than two months against the agricultural laws passed by the Center. As this became a hot topic, many people came out in support and criticism of Rihanna.
Rihanna has been widely criticized by cricketers and film personalities, including Tendulkar.
Tendulkar said the people of the country know what India is and should restrict the expression of outsiders. His response was via Twitter.
‘India’s sovereignty will not be compromised. Outsiders can be spectators. Do not try to be representatives of the country. “People in the country know what India is,” Tendulkar wrote on Twitter.
Rihanna had also criticized the central government for cutting off internet facilities at the Delhi border as part of its crackdown on farmers’ protests. Following this, the issue was discussed globally as ruling party BJP came out with a cyber attack on Rihanna.
Rihanna was followed by environmentalist Greta Tanberg and Meena Harris, niece of US Vice President Kamala Harris, who came out in support of the farmers’ protest. At the same time, they were critical of the central government’s actions, including the suspension of the Internet.
Meena Harris came forward with a response on the subject by sharing the poster ‘Stop Killing Farmers’.