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Sachin objected to the interference of outsiders on sensitive issues of the country.
When foreign celebrities started making rhetoric on the issue of farmer movement, Indian veterans appealed to them not to interfere in the domestic affairs of the country. Legendary cricketer Sachin Tendulkar was also among those Indian stars who said that Indians are capable of resolving their issues on their own. Initially, an attempt was made to troll Sachin with this statement, but soon his fans came out in large numbers in support.
Sachin appealed to remain united
Sachin wrote, ‘India’s sovereignty cannot be compromised. External forces can become spectators and cannot be partners. Indians understand their country and can take decisions in its interest. As a country, we should remain united. A similar statement was made by Team India captain Virat Kohli. After this, a lot of effort was made to troll Sachin and Virat and they were told against the peasant movement. However, Sachin did not write anywhere that he was in favor or opposed to the issue. All he said was that people outside the country should avoid making statements on sensitive issues related to India.
#IStandWithSachin and #NationWithSachin trended
Sachin’s fans began to share their best innings and social work in an attempt to answer the trollers. In this sequence, hashtags such as #IStandWithSachin and #NationWithSachin came into trending.
Youth Congress poured black oil on cutout in Kerala
There has also been an attempt to make Sachin’s statement a political issue. Youth Congress members in Kerala poured black oil on Sachin Tendulkar’s cutout. Congress workers are also being severely criticized for this act.
Rihanna, Greta Thunberg, Mia Khalifa raised the issue of farmers
The farmers’ movement on the borders of Delhi came to international prominence on Wednesday. Pop stars Rihanna, environmental activist Greta Thunberg, former porn star Mia Khalifa, American actress Amanda Curney, Meena Harris, niece of US Vice President Kamala Harris, etc. wrote messages in favor of the movement.