Watch | After Rihanna and Greta Thunberg, Trevor Noah addresses farmers’ protest in The Daily Show

Comedian and television host Trevor Noah in his satirical news program on Comedy Central – ‘The Daily Show’, spoke about the ongoing farmers’ protests in India, ‘pro-government’ crowd burning their effigies of pop star Rihanna and Greta Thunberg and more.

It is a prominent South African comedian this time that has extended his support and raised a voice for the Indian farmers. Trevor Noah, the host of the Daily Show, an American satirical news programme on Comedy Central. The comedy show has a huge reach among the American audience.

The comedian brought the issue of farmer’s of India to his show and talked about what is going on in India. Instead of dropping a single tweet to just show support to the protest, Noah took it to reporting and explained everything in detail for the audience to know he is supporting the event and Why. This helps the audience of the show to actually know why the protest in India is gaining global support and why do they need it.

The Daily Show by Trevor Noah

In the episode, Trevor Noah says “In a year of global protests, they’re (Indians) in the midst of the biggest protest anywhere,”. He further goes on to explain why farmers have been protesting against the three newly enacted farm laws.

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“The government tried to change the decades-old agriculture laws and that’s when the manure hit the fan,” Noah Trevor adds.

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The situation in India hasn’t improved yet. Farmers are still on the roads. Fighting for the repeal of the three agricultural laws and the government is still in search of a solution. Over 160 people have given their lives for the cause and this hasn’t yet helped in finding any common ground between the parties.

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