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New Delhi, Feb 04: US Vice-President Kamala Harris’s niece Meena Harris on Wednesday took to Twitter to precise outrage over the “web shutdowns and paramilitary violence towards farmer protesters” in India.
Sharing a picture of a lady farmer holding a placard that stated “cease killing farmers”. One of her tweets learn, “It’s no coincidence that the world’s oldest democracy was attacked not even a month in the past, and as we communicate, the most populous democracy is under assault. This is expounded. We ALL needs to be outraged by India’s web shutdowns and paramilitary violence towards farmer protesters. (sic)”
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In one other tweet, she condemned the violence and chaos on the US Capitol final month and stated, “Just as outraged as we’re concerning the traumas that @AOC and others skilled on the Capitol rebellion. And not simply because fascism anyplace threatens democracy all over the place (though, uhhh, IT DOES). Trump might have left workplace, however go searching: the tide remains to be rising. (sic)”
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“Militant nationalism is simply as potent a power in US politics as it’s in India or anywhere else,” Meena Harris additional stated.
“It can solely be stopped if individuals get up to the fact that FASCIST DICTATORS aren’t going anyplace. Not except: 1) we manage and a pair of) THERE ARE CONSEQUENCES FOR THE CAPITOL ATTACK, (sic)” Meena Harris stated.
Meena Harris’s assertion adopted worldwide pop star Rihanna and Swedish local weather activist Greta Thunberg’s response to the farmers’ protest towards the three farm legal guidelines handed by Parliament final yr. Rihanna and Thunberg earlier posted tweets extending help to the continued farmers’ agitation in India.
Sharing a information report from CNN concerning the web shutdown within the outskirts of Delhi in wake of violence throughout farmers’ agitation, Rihanna posted a tweet late on Tuesday, saying, “Why aren’t we speaking about this?”