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International Pop star Rihanna and Climate Activist Greta Thunberg have something to say on India’s Farmer’s Protest issues.

On Tuesday, International Pop Star Rihanna took to Twitter to extend her support on India’s ongoing protests by farmers on the outskirts of Delhi against the centre’s farm bills, criticizing the internet shutdown aimed at crippling the movement.

Rihanna happens to be the fourth most-followed user on Twitter with more than 100 million followers.

The tweet soon started trending on Twitter with thousands of responses including one from actor Kangana Ranaut, who has previously made some strong remarks on the same matter among others. Kanagna’s strong dislike for the farmers’ protest has challenged Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

 

After Pop star Rihanna’s tweet went on trending; Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg took to Twitter to extend her support to the ongoing farmers’ protest in India.

 

The Delhi border areas of Singhu, Ghazipur and Tikri have been the focal point of the farmers’ months-long protest; The internet services in these areas were suspended on Saturday and the shutdown has been extended twice to be intact till 5 pm Wednesday.

This order was given by the Home ministry.



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