Hema Malini ‘intrigued’ by foreign celebrities making statements about internal policies

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Farmers Protest Hema Malini: A Twitter frenzy broke in wake of India’s farmers protest. Reacting to the support the protest got from international celebrities, BJP MP Hema Malini said that she is “intrigued” by the statements made by the foreign celebrities about the issue. 

On Thursday, the veteran actress tweeted, “Im intrigued by foreign celebrities to whom our glorious country, India, is just a name they have heard, boldly making statements about our internal happenings and policies! Wonder what they are trying to achieve, and more imptly, who are they trying to please?” 

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The Bollywood actor’s tweet comes after popular pop star Rihanna shared a tweet in support of ongoing India’s farmers’ protest. On 2nd February, the American singer tweeted: “Why aren’t we talking about this?!” 

Though the singer was applauded by many for her gesture globally, she also faced flak from a few. Among them is Kangana Ranaut, who didn’t hold back from expressing her thoughts on the same platform. In her reply to Rihanna’s tweet, the Bollywood actor addressed her as a “fool” and said, ” Sit down you fool, we are not selling”. Also, she called the protestors “terrorists who are trying to divide India”. 

Over a couple of days, several other foreign celebrities extended support to the people protesting against the Farm bill. Besides the pop icon, Lebanese-American former adult star Mia Khalifa, US Vice President Kamala Harris’ niece Meena Harris, Swedish environment activist Greta Thunberg, American Comedian Hasan Minaj also took to Twitter to show their support for the  protest. 

Meena Harris, US Vice President Kamala Harris’ niece, said, “We ALL should be outraged by India’s internet shutdowns and paramilitary violence against farmer protesters.” Farmers Protest Hema Malini

“It’s no coincidence that the world’s oldest democracy was attacked not even a month ago, and as we speak, the most populous democracy is under assault. This is related. We ALL should be outraged by India’s internet shutdowns and paramilitary violence against farmer protesters,” her tweet read. 

The farmers have been protesting against the three new farm laws since October last year. Even after several rounds of talks between the central government and the farmers’ union, the matter is still unresolved. 

On Republic Day this year, the matter grew worse. Farmer’s conducted tractor rallies and revolted in the capital city. A farmer lost his life.