India on Wednesday reacted sharply to comments by foreign celebrities and others, including pop singer Rihanna and Greta over farmers’ protests, saying that a very small portion of farmers in some parts of the country had some concerns about farm reform Reservations are and require a proper understanding of the issue. Before commenting on the movement.
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“The temptation of sensational social media hashtags and comments, especially when taken by celebrities and others, is neither accurate nor responsible,” the Foreign Ministry said in a strong statement.
The MEA’s response came after several international celebrities and activists, including American pop singer Rihanna and Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, tweeted about protests against farmers in India.
The ministry also said that India’s Parliament had passed reformist legislation related to the agricultural sector, adding that some vested selfish groups have tried to garner international support against India.