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#IndiaTogether: Confident that peaceful resolution will be reached soon, says Yuvraj Singh on farmers' protest Farmers' Protest
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#IndiaTogether: Confident that peaceful resolution will be reached soon, says Yuvraj Singh on farmers' protest

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 04 Feb 2021, 01:51 pm

Chandigarh/IBNS: Former Indian cricketer from the state of Punjab, Yuvraj Singh, became the latest prominent personality to appeal to people to remain united amid the ongoing farmers' protest.

With the hashtag #IndiaTogether, Singh tweeted, "As proud citizens of our beloved India, let’s stand united in this hour of crisis. There is no problem that cannot be resolved. Our farmer community is the lifeblood of this nation and I am confident that a peaceful resolution will be reached soon."

After international pop star Rihianna and climate activist Greta Thunderg spoke on the farmers' issue, several former Indian cricketers and Hindi film industry personalities, who are massively popular among 1.3 billion Indians, favoured the resolution of the stalemate without any foreign interference.

Almost with the same Twitter hashtags, cricketers legends Sachin Tendulkar, Anil Kumble, current Indian captain Virat Kohli, Bollywood celebrities like Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn tweeted standing in solidarity with the country.

The farmers, mostly from Punjab and Haryana, are camped at the Delhi borders since Nov 26, 2020, protesting against the agricultural reform which they fear would leave them at the mercy of big corporate houses.

Though more than 10 rounds of talks have already occured between the representatives of the government and protesters, the stalemate is still continuing as the farmers demand the repeal of the three new farm laws and a legal guarantee of the Minimum Support Price (MSP) for their produce.

The farmers' tractor rally turned violent on Jan 26 in the national capital claiming the life of at least one farmer and injury to more than 100 police personnel.