American Pop singer Rihanna tweet backing the Indian Farmers stir by sharing a news article highlighting the Centre’s crackdown on the farmers by cutting off internet services in many regions has caught too many controversies both globally and in the country and raised eyebrows from all corners. Similarly, climate activist Greta Thunberg and US Vice President Kamala Harris’ niece Meena Harris support and backing of the farmers’ protest and Twitter, Facebook toxic wars following these stances left India divided.

Delhi Police has begun the probe of the toolkit that was shared by teen climate activist Greta Thunberg and the publishing accounts of the toolkit are being investigated is under the radar. Meena Harris had tweeted in support of the protesting Indian farmers stir “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.” Meena Harris further added “This is related. We ALL should be outraged by India’s internet shutdowns and paramilitary violence against farmer protesters.”

This became contradictory as US Vice President elect neice’s called out the Indian govt and compared the Capitol Hill Violence and Farmers stir while US and Joe Biden administration welcomed farm reforms citing peaceful protests are hallmark of democracy. The US administration under President Biden announced their support and encouraged differences between the parties to be resolved “through dialogue”. It becomes more pertinent now that Kamala Harris makes her stance on the farmers protests and the newly enacted farm laws clear.

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Sadanand Dhume for the Wall Street Journal wrote that the celebrities, including climate activist Greta Thunberg and US Vice President Kamala Harris’ niece Meena Harris, are mostly wrong in their supportive stance for the protests.