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“Stop this now”: British boxer Kell Brook raises voice for Indian farmers

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British professional boxer Kell Brook has raised his voice against farmers brutality by police in Delhi on 26 Jan during tractor rally. Brook, shared a photo of one Ranjit Singh being crushed under the boots of a policeman and wrote, “Stop this now.”

Brook also used hashtag #JusticeForTheKisan in his social media post, which has been retweeted nearly 31,000 times.

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Claudia Naomi Webbe also support famers in her tweet she wrote Solidarity to the Indian Farmers. Thank you Rihanna. In an era where political leadership is lacking we are grateful for others stepping forward#FarmersProtest

Claudia Naomi Webbe is a British politician who has served as Member of Parliament for Leicester East since 2019. She is also a councillor in the London Borough of Islington, having previously served as its cabinet member for energy, environment and transport.

Author and civil rights activist Khaled Beydoun replied to Rihannas’ tweet with a simple answer/curt, apt reply. “Because the victims are poor and Brown.”

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He then went on to also tweet: “Salute to Rihanna for shedding light on the #FarmersProtest in #India – she is bringing needed attention to a movement silenced by Twitter and violently suppressed by the Modi government.”

Salute to Rihanna for shedding light on the #FarmersProtest in #India – she is bringing needed attention to a movement silenced by Twitter and violently suppressed by the Modi government.

American actor, producer, screenwriter, and political activist John Paul Cusack replied to Tanmanneet Singh’ tweet with Amazing.

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Pop star Rihanna has also been included in this list. Rihanna tweeted a tweet on the farmers’ movement in India on 2 February.

She shared a link to a CNN story and wrote – after all, why are we not talking about it? With this tweet, he also applied the hashtag #FarmersProtest.

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Rihanna’s tweet has received 66.9 thousand reactions so far. More than 14 thousand re-tweets have been done and over 156.4 thousand likes. Rihanna is the top Twitter trend in India.

Rihanna tweet is getting mixed reactions. Some people are calling it a publicity stunt, and some are appreciating that they raised their voice for the farmers.

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