Celebrities come out in support of protesting farmers

Celebrities are also condemning the use of force and water cannons on farmers by Haryana Police

Celebrities come out in support of protesting farmers

Bharatiya Kisan Union members protest after police imposed Section 144 at Ghazipur border, during their Delhi Chalo march against the new farm laws, in New Delhi. PTI

Sukhmeet Bhasin
Tribune News Service
Bathinda, November 30

Bollywood celebrities and cricketers have come out in support of agitating farmers who are staging a protest at Delhi borders against the three farm laws passed by the Union government.

Celebrities are also condemning the use of force and water cannons on farmers by the Haryana Police.

Congress MLA Navjot Singh Sidhu tweeted, “Triumph of the punjabi spirit.Kisan Morcha is democratic, pristine and non-violent. Any Attempts by agencies to foil it - Will fail. Punjabiyat is our shield, Universal Brotherhood our philosophy and driving force!”

Harbhajan Singh has tweeted, “The farmer is our food provider. We should give a little time to the food provider. Wouldn’t it be reasonable? Can’t we listen to them without a police confrontation? Please listen to the farmer.Jai Hind.”

Actress Taapsee Pannu posted a sarcastic tweet along with sharing photos of farmers facing water cannons saying, “Chalo now let’s not waste time and quickly #BoycottFood come on Twitter you can do it.”

Singer and actor Diljit Dosanjh tweeted, “Jai Jawan Jai Kisan, Politics Na Karo Rab Da Vasta. Masley Da Hall Karo Ji” (Don’t do politics for god sake, resolve the issue).

Sonu Sood tweeted, “Kisaan mera bhagwaan.” Similarly, Urmila Matondkar also expressed her concern over the matter.

Comedian Kapil Sharma has tweeted, “The issue of farmers should not be given political colour, this issue should be resolved by talks. No issue is so big that it cannot be resolved through talks. We are all with the farmers’ brothers. They are our food provider.”

Rapper and singer Honey Singh has tweeted, “My prayers with farmers Waheguru Meher karan !!”

Actress Simi Grewal has also posted a photo of farmers with a hastag with farmers.

Punjabi singer Ammy Virk has posted, “If you really love them, love farmers, love humanity, then plz do support farmers. Your one share is also very important. One one tweet retweet, plz do that use hashtag.”

Even England cricketer Monty Panesar has also tweeted, “What happens if the buyer says the contract cannot be fulfilled because the quality of crop is not what was agreed, what protection the farmer has then? There is no mention of fixing a price??”.

Swara Bhaskar has also shared the photos of the farmers facing water cannons and tweeted, “Shameful conduct! Shame on @mlkhattar govt. Its 14 degrees in Sonepat just now!!! Cruel inhuman people!”.

Jazzy B has also come out in the support of farmers and he is asking all the Punjabi singers and other celebrities to come and support farmers.

Moreover, singers Ranjit Bawa and Tarsem Jassar are helping with teams in serving langar to the protesting farmers in Delhi. While Kanwar Grewal and Harf Cheema are camping with farmers in the protest in Delhi.

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