The ongoing Farmer’s protest in India is not a national matter anymore after international celebrities called out for support towards the protests. First, singer Rihanna made a tweet, calling out for support towards the farmer’s protest. And, environmentalist Greta Thunberg and several others followed after that. It was on Thursday that Greta got trolled on Twitter after she made a tweet with a document attached. Greta got trolled for allegedly exposing ‘global conspiracy’. Thunberg now tweets, continuing her support towards farmers.
On Twitter, Greta Thunberg made a tweet, after she got trolled for allegedly exposing ‘global conspiracy’. She tweeted, “I still #StandWithFarmers and support their peaceful protest.” Greta mentioned that after all the trolling, she still stands with the farmer’s and supports their peaceful protest. Her tweet continued, “No amount of hate, threats or violations of human rights will ever change that. #FarmersProtest.” Thunberg mentioned that no amount of hate, threats or violations of human rights will ever change her support towards the Farmer’s protest.
Take a look at the tweet made by Greta Thunberg below:
Meanwhile, yesterday, Kangana Ranaut mocked Greta and called her a ‘dumbo kid’. While Kangana criticised and made fun of Thunberg, her Panga co-star Richa Chadha replied to the tweet made by Greta and lauded her support towards the Farmers. On the other hand, apart from Kangana Ranaut, celebrities Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn, Karan Johar, and several others have chosen to stand by the Centre. They reacted to the statement released by the Ministry of External Affairs on Wednesday, which stated that celebrities should refrain from commenting on India’s policies. Also Read: Kangana Ranaut Mocks Greta Thunberg After She Allegedly Exposes ‘Global Conspiracy’ She Is A Part Of; Jokes ‘This Dumbo Kid Made The Biggest Blunder’
Image source: Instagram/Greta Thunberg
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