‘We Briefly Discussed It In Team Meeting, Everyone Expressed Views’: Kohli On Farmers Protest

Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli

On Wednesday evening, several members of the Indian cricket team including several former players tweeted regarding the ongoing farmers’ agitation and against the meddling of foreign personalities in India’s internal affairs. Indian team skipper Virat Kohli revealed that the issue was also discussed in the team meeting. The Indian skipper stated that any issue in the country is discussed by everyone in the ‘Men in Blue’ squad.

Virat Kohli and co Reacts On Farmers Protest Against Government

Virat Kohli, on Wednesday, urged one and all to stay united in this hour of disagreements. Highlighting the importance of farmers in everyone’s lives, the batting megastar went on to say that they are an integral part of our country and at the same time, Kohli also hoped that an amicable solution will be found between all parties to bring about peace and they all can move forward together. 

Pop-sensation Rihanna’s tweet has been trending all over as it created a lot of buzzes. Team India Head Coach Ravi Shastri took to Twitter to assert that no outside interference is needed with regards to the ongoing farmers’ protests and that the matter can be solved internally.

Following the captain, Ajinkya Rahane also stressed on the fact that ‘there’s no issue that cannot be resolved if we stand together as one’. India’s limited-overs vice-captain Rohit Sharma appealed to the people of the country to stand together to find a solution for the deadlock between the farmers and the Centre. Taking to Twitter, Rohit Sharma noted that India’s biggest strength was when it stood together as a nation and found solutions for its problems.

Here Explaining The On-Going Farmers Protest Against Farm Acts

The 2020–2021 Indian farmers’ protest is an ongoing protest against three farm acts which were passed by the Parliament of India in September 2020. Farmer unions and their representatives have demanded that the laws be repealed and will not accept anything short of it. Eleven rounds of talks have taken place between the central government and farmers represented by the farm unions between 14 October 2020 and 22 January 2021; all were inconclusive.

On 30 November, it was estimated that between 200,000 and 300,000 farmers were converging at various border points on the way to Delhi. A section of farmer unions has been protesting, whereas the Indian Government claims some unions have come out in support of the farm laws. The government has rejected these apprehensions as misplaced.


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