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Sharad Pawar said, “A solution can be found if senior leaders like Prime Minister, Defense Minister and Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari come forward to talk to farmers.” -File photo.
NCP chief Sharad Pawar has advised Sachin Tendulkar about the statements of domestic and foreign celebrities on the issue of farmers. He said that many people react fast to the stand taken by the celebrities of the country. So I would advise Sachin Tendulkar that he should be cautious before speaking about any other field.
Sachin Tendulkar responded to the statements of singer Rihanna, porn star Mia Khalifa and activist Greta Thunberg on social media on the issue of farmers. In this, Sachin appealed to the people of the country to remain united.
What did Sachin write in his post?
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.
There was also an attempt to troll Sachin
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.
Pawar said- If PM comes forward, solution can be found
On the issue of farmer agitation, Sharad Pawar said on Saturday that senior leaders like Prime Minister, Defense Minister and Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari can come forward to talk to farmers. If senior leaders take the initiative, farmer leaders will also have to sit with them.