New Delhi: Amid the continued row over worldwide pop sensation Rihanna’s tweet extending solidarity with the farmers protesting towards the three farm legal guidelines, Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday stated India stands united and collectively to realize progress, including no propaganda can deter India’s unity. ALSO READ | Rahul, Rihanna And Racket: BJP’s Counteroffensive To Congress & International Celebs On Farmers’ Protest
Shah put forth his views on Twitter and tagged the assertion issued by the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA).
“No propaganda can deter India’s unity! No propaganda can stop India to attain new heights! Propaganda can not decide India’s fate only ‘Progress’ can. India stands united and together to achieve progress,” he tweeted with the hashtags #IndiaTowardsPropaganda and #IndiaTogether.
No propaganda can deter India’s unity!
No propaganda can cease India to achieve new heights!
Propaganda cannot resolve India’s destiny solely ‘Progress’ can.
— Amit Shah (@AmitShah) February 3, 2021
Earlier within the day, the MEA categorically acknowledged the reformist legislations referring to the agricultural sector was handed within the Parliament after a full debate and dialogue whereas urged the folks to determine information and have a correct understanding of the problems at hand earlier than speeding to touch upon such issues.
The Congress too expressed its ire over Rihanna’s tweet with occasion chief Rahul Gandhi stating the continued farmers’ protest in our inner matter and authorities has to take again the three agri legal guidelines.
“I have no reaction on this. This is our internal matter and all three laws must be taken back,” he informed a press convention within the nationwide capital.
Thousands of farmers have been tenting at numerous Delhi border since November final yr, demanding the federal government to repeal the three farm legal guidelines and authorized assure of minimal assist worth (MSP) for his or her crops. The authorities has to this point held 11 rounds of talks with the ruling dispensation however there was no optimistic consequence but.