Don't tell me to stay out of your affairs, Meena Harris says on farmers’ protest

Shares a number of tweets critical of the authorities

Don't tell me to stay out of your affairs, Meena Harris says on farmers’ protest

Meena Harris. Photo: Twitter @meenaharris

Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, February 6

Meena Harris, American lawyer, author and niece of US Vice President Kamala Harris has said that she won’t be intimidated and silenced after facing backlash in India for supporting the farmers’ protest.

She shared a number of tweets in support of the protest.

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In a tweet, she says, “This isn't just about agricultural policy. It's also about the persecution of a vocal religious minority. It's police violence, militant nationalism, and attacks on labour rights. It's global authoritarianism. Don't tell me to stay out of your affairs. These are all of our issues.”

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In another tweet, she says, “Weird to see a photo of yourself burned by an extremist mob but imagine what they would do if we lived in India. I'll tell you—23 yo labor rights activist Nodeep Kaur was arrested, tortured & sexually assaulted in police custody. She's been detained without bail for over 20 days.”

In yet another post, she says, “Y’all literally have headlines that say “Brave Indian men burned pictures of women who support farmers” and think that’s normal.”

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