After Rihanna, these celebrities supported farmers movement

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The farmer movement remains a major problem for the Indian government at this time. The echo of this movement is now being heard worldwide. International celebrities are also giving their feedback about the peasant movement. Hollywood celebrities have also joined these celebrities. 

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On Tuesday, famous pop singer Rihanna took to Twitter to support the peasant movement. After this, the discussion about this movement has intensified worldwide. 

After Rihanna, many Hollywood stars have started reacting on social media in support of the farmers movement. We introduce you to the same stars.

Amanda Cerny, popularly known as ‘twin’ of famous actress, model and Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandes, has given her reaction on social media regarding the farmer movement. 

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Amanda has shared a photo of three older women on her official Instagram account. With this picture, he wrote in his post, ‘The whole world is watching. You do not have to be Indian, Punjabi or South Asian to understand this issue. 

You should only have a sense of humanity. Always demand common rights like the right to speak, the right to the press, equality for workers and dignity. ‘

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 At the same time, the famous YouTuber Lily Singh has also supported the peasant movement. He also thanked Rihanna for retweeting her tweet. Lily Singh wrote in her tweet, ‘Thank you Rihanna. This is the issue of humanity ‘. 

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At the same time, after Rihanna’s tweet, famous social activist Greta Thanberg also tweeted about the farmers’ movement in India. Greta wrote in her tweet, ‘We stand in solidarity with the farmers’ movement in India’.

Vanessa Nakate wrote “Let us talk about what is happening in India right now #FarmersProtest @LicypriyaK”.

Annalisa Merelli wrote “As a reaction to attacks on the freedom of the press in India, here is a thread of independent, brave Indian publications you can support. Comment with yours, let’s show some solidarity. 1/TK”.

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