Vinesh targeted the Fogat sisters in a ‘Twitter war’ over the farmers’ movement

Charkhi Dadri. International women wrestlers and cousins ​​Babita Fogat and Vinesh Fogat are facing the farmers’ movement. They have started a ‘Twitter war’ over farmers’ issues. Babita Fogat hijacked the farmers’ movement for taking a piecemeal gang and then SYL on Punjab. Vineesh has now written a reply saying that he should not use foul language against the player who is building the society.

Explain that farmers’ organizations are constantly agitating for demands, including the repeal of agricultural laws. Babita Fogat, president of Mahila Vikas Mahamandal and a riot girl, tweeted about the farmers’ movement. Babita wrote, ‘Now it seems that the gang has dismembered the peasant movement. Farmers should come back because Prime Minister Modi, the rights of farmers will never die. Congress and leftist people can never do good to farmers.

The next day, Babita raised the issue of SYL in another tweet and asked to release water from Haryana for farmers in Punjab.

Babita’s tweet is getting a lot of criticism on social media. A lot of people on social media are discussing coming in support of Babita farmers. Meanwhile, Babita has demanded the resignation of the Speaker through Fogat Khap. Meanwhile, Khel Ratna award-winning international wrestler Vinesh Fogat has taken aim at Babita’s tweet. But as you have always uplifted the name of the country, the state, the society and your family through your sport .. Have equal respect and dignity, even in politics. Don’t hurt the feelings of people who always contribute to making players in the field of sports.

Babita Fogat is constantly being instructed on social media to learn a lesson from her sister, along with Vinesh’s reply. Vinesh’s tweet says that Babita should also side with the farmers. The protesting farmers have been living on the Delhi border for 20 days

Explain that farmers in Punjab, Haryana, Western Uttar Pradesh and other states are strongly opposed to the Agriculture Act. They have been frozen on the Delhi border for the last twenty days. On Monday, farmers went on a hunger strike in support of their demands.

The farmers have demanded immediate repeal of these laws. There have been six rounds of talks between 40 farmers’ organizations and the central government to resolve the issue, but no results have been reached yet.