Farmers Protest: Shashi Tharoor came out in support of anti-national ‘global gang’, said this on India Together


New Delhi: Congress leader Shashi Tharoor Congress has gone to Dusamila after the government responded to propaganda on social media. After this, Congress leaders have come out in support of those who conspired to tarnish the image of India at the international level among the Farmers Protest. Shashi Tharoor has asked Bollywood actors and cricketers to come out in support of the government saying that the damage done to the image of India cannot be offset by the ‘obstinate attitude and undemocratic’ behaviour of the Center.

Tharoor is with the nation or Global Gang?
Let me tell you, India reacted strongly to the pop singer Rihanna and environmental activist Greta Thunberg supporting the Farmers Protest. After this, many Bollywood actors, cricketers and central ministers supported the government’s stand. To this, Tharoor has tweeted, ‘It is shameful for the Indian government to bring back Western celebrities with Indian personalities. The damage that has been done to the global image of India by the stubborn and untoward behaviour of the Indian government cannot be compensated by the tweet of the cricketers. Former cricketers Sachin Tendulkar, Anil Kumble and Ravi Shastri have tweeted with #IndiaTogether and #IndiaAgainstPropaganda. After this, Tharoor has made this comment.

P. Chidambaram also came in support

Shashi Tharoor Congress has said, ‘Take back the law and discuss the solution with the farmers then you will be #IndiaTogether. On the other hand, senior Congress leader and former Union Home and Finance Minister P. Chidambaram has also supported Rihanna and Thunberg. He said on Twitter, ‘Foreign Ministry, when will you realize that people concerned with human rights and employment issues do not recognize national boundaries? Why did the Ministry of External Affairs comment on the military coup in Myanmar? Why was the Ministry of External Affairs very worried about this? ‘ Chidambaram questioned why the Ministry of External Affairs regularly comments on the ‘internal’ affairs of Sri Lanka and Nepal.

(Input: PTI)


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