Veteran actor Dharmendra on Friday urged the central government to find a solution to farmers’ protests over the farm laws, a day after he deleted a similar post on Twitter. On Thursday, the 84-year-old actor had urged the government to resolve the protests soon, citing the growing number of coronavirus cases in Delhi.
“I request the government… please quickly find a solution the farmers’ problems… the number of corona cases are on a rise in Delhi… it is painful,” Dharmendra had written in a post. However, the veteran actor soon deleted the post, without any explanation.
On Friday morning, a user posted the screenshot of the tweet, wondering what prompted the actor to delete the tweet. Dharmendra said, “I deleted the tweet because I felt saddened by comments like these. You can abuse me to your heart’s content, I am happy that you are happy. Yes, I am sad for my farmer brothers.”
Punjabi icon @aapkadharam paaji had tweeted this 13 hours ago. But later deleted it.
Kuchh to majburiyan rahi hongi.. yun koi bewafa nahin hota. ð¥ pic.twitter.com/RRA0a69AM8
— Mohammed Zubair (@zoo_bear)
December 4, 2020
The “Apne” actor further said, “The government should find a solution fast, nobody is listening to us.”
Aap ke Aise hi comments se dukhi ho kar apna tweet delete kar diya tha ..ji bhar ke gaali de leejiye Aap ki khushi mein khush hoon main..Haan ..Apne Kissan bhaiyon Ke liye ..bahut dukhi hoon ..Sarkaar ko jadldi koi hall tlaash kar Leena chahie. Hamari kisi ki koi sunwai nehin.
— Dharmendra Deol (@aapkadharam)
December 4, 2020
When another user claimed that he must have deleted the post on the insistence of his son, actor and BJP MP from Gurdaspur Sunny Deol, Dharmendra replied, “I won’t say anything about your mentality.”
Thousands of farmers gathered at Delhi’s gateways to demand a repeal of the Centre’s three new farm laws. The protesting farmers mainly from Punjab and Haryana, as well as Uttar Pradesh, are worried the new laws will eliminate the safety cushion of a Minimum Support Price (MSP) and procurement system while rendering ineffective the mandi system that ensures earnings for various stakeholders in the farm sector.
The government has been in talks with farmer leaders to resolve the issue.
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