For the last 12 days, many Bollywood stars have landed in support of the farmers who are protesting on the Delhi border against the three new agricultural laws of the Center. After Dharmendra, Diljit Dosanjh, Priyanka Chopra and Sonu Sood, now actors like Sonam Kapoor Ahuja, Parineeti Chopra and Preity Zinta have also extended their support to the farmers and hoped that their interactions with the Center would yield something positive.
Priyanka Chopra retweeting Diljit Dosanjh’s tweet wrote, “Our farmers are food soldiers of India.” Their fears need to be addressed. There is a need to live up to their expectations. As a thriving democracy, we must ensure that this crisis is resolved soon. ”
Let us tell you that Diljit has been raising voice for the farmers for the last several days and has also joined their protest. In addition, he has also donated one crore rupees for farmers’ warm clothes.
Apart from this, Preeti Zinta shared the picture of the protest and wrote – “My heart goes out to the farmers and their families who are protesting in the cold in this epidemic. They are our soldiers of soil who are taking forward our nation. I hope that talks between farmers and the government will give positive results soon and all will be resolved. ”
Sonam Kapoor Ahuja also posted pictures of protesting farmers and shared the words of Daniel Webster, “When plowing begins, other arts follow.” Hence farmers are the founders of human civilization. ” The actress also used the movement ‘Delhi Chalo’ hashtag.
Parineeti Chopra shared a post of singer-rapper Badshah, in which she wrote, “If you have eaten, say thank you to the farmers.”
Apart from them, Neha Sharma, Archana Puran Singh, Divyendu Sharma, Vindu Dara Singh, Ali Fazal, Guru Randhawa, among others, also posted in support of the farmers and hoped for an early resolution of the dispute.
Farmer protest update
The farmers’ protests have entered the 12th day but no consensus has been reached with the Center. The farmers have called for ‘Bharat Bandh’ on Tuesday, which has been supported by the opposition parties. The same, the next round of farmer-center consultations has been scheduled for Wednesday.