Environmental activist Greta Thunberg in support of farmers' demonstrations in India gets trolled
Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg has also come to support the ongoing farmers' movement in India. 18-year-old Greta tweeted that we stand in complete solidarity with the performance of farmers running in India.
Greta Thunberg Kisan Aandolan: Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg and pop star Rihanna have supported the movement of farmers in India. Greta said that she stands in solidarity with the movement of farmers in India.
Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg has also come to support the ongoing farmers' movement in India. 18-year-old Greta tweeted that we stand in complete solidarity with the performance of farmers running in India. Earlier, American singer Rihanna also supported the farmers' movement. She said why we are not talking about it. Both these celebs are now being trolled for the violence of the farmers.
Both Greta and Rihanna have shared the news of internet ban in areas adjacent to Delhi in view of violent protests by farmers. The tweet has been retweeted by about 30,000 people so far. At the same time there are many people who are reminding them of the violence of farmers. Mr. Sinha wrote, "Children learn to walk on their feet first and complete their studies."
"Greta this is shameful and malicious behaviour. "
Surbhi stated that these farmers wanted to riot in the national capital. Many policemen were injured in their violence. Either you have received wrong information or you believe in this violence. This is shameful and repulsive behavior. After the tractor parade violence on Republic Day in Delhi, internet was banned in many places on Haryana and UP border. Last Friday, after violent uproar on the Singhu border, the Haryana government banned the internet service in 14 districts.
Earlier, Greta Thunberg supported the postponement of the JEE, NEET 2020 examination in India. She said that it is unfair to ask the children of India to sit for the exam in the midst of the Corona crisis and supported the call for postponement of such children. Sweden's environmental activist Greta Thunberg was named the 'Person of the Year' of 2019 by the prestigious Time magazine.
Greta came into the limelight this year when she accused powerful leaders around the world of failing to deal with greenhouse gas emissions and thus betraying the new generation. UN Chief Antonio Gutaras was also present at the event.
Greta was also in the news when she refused to accept an environmental award. She said that the need in the climate campaign is that people in power should start following science instead of giving awards.
When Greta was elected "Person of the Year",the magazine wrote , "Within a year, a 16-year-old girl from Stockholm demonstrated outside her country's parliament and then led a youth movement around the world." The magazine wrote that she got a chance to meet the United Nations Chief within such a short period.