- Farmers are agitating about the three agricultural laws in the country, support of some foreign personalities
- Now the US claims to run the Farmer’s Movement during the Super Bowl League
- Celebrities including pop star Rihanna, environmental activist Greta Thunberg also tweeted
After the tweet of some foreign personalities about agricultural laws, now an advertisement of the farmers movement has also been shown during the Football League of America. It has been claimed that this happened during the Football Super Bowl League in America, the video of which is going viral on social media.
A large number of farmers are agitating in Delhi and surrounding areas against all three agricultural laws. Many foreign celebrities, including pop star Rihanna, environmental activist Greta Thunberg, and porn star Mia Khalifa, were tweeted about this.
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Now a video clip uploaded on social media has claimed that this ad was run in America. In this 40-second video clip, India is appealing for withdrawal of all three agricultural laws. Not only this, this video ad also featured a statement by Martin Luther King Jr.
This ad has also been shared on Twitter by some verified accounts. A user named Simranjit Singh wrote, ‘Super Bowl add on farmer movement. If you haven’t heard it yet, it’s time. It is injustice and affects us. ‘
Canadian singer JG Bee has also shared this ad.
In the add, the peasant movement has been described as the biggest demonstration of history. It also has some pictures of violence during the tractor parade on 26 January in Delhi.
While putting pictures related to the peasant movement, this ad claimed that so far more than 160 farmer protesters have died, the internet has been shut down on the Delhi border.
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Earlier, when foreign celebrities tweeted about the peasant movement, the Ministry of External Affairs issued a statement describing it as an internal matter of India.