US pop singer Rihanna, whose one tweet hurled the months-lengthy farmers’ protest into the worldwide spotlight, was testified given $2.5 million (Rs 18 crore) from a Public Relations enterprise with testified Khalistani links, The Print reported.
Mo Dhaliwal, the initiator of the Canada-built Poetic Justice Foundation (PJF) that as well created the disputed ‘toolkit’ tweeted by Swedish environmental promoter Greta Thunberg, is one of the administrators of the PR enterprise in query – Skyrocket
Others attached with Skyrocket comprise of Marina Patterson, a PR white-collar who is right now on the detection of Indian agencies for fueling the farmers’ disquiet, Anita Lal, administrator of the Canada-built World Sikh Organisation, alongside co-founder of PJF, and Canadian legislator Jagmeet Singh.
In accordance to The Print report, PJF took part in a “huge role” in “initiating a global movement”, with support from “political leaders and reformers founded out of Canada”.
Since after Rihanna’s tweet intensified into a crowd movement in assistance of the opposing farmers, the MEA brings up a statement mentioning that few “vested interest groups” are attempting to enforce their notion on the oppositions, and that a very little segment of farmers in portions of the country do have few reservations concerning the farm improvement that were passed by the Parliament following a full debate and conference.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah mentioned, “no propaganda” can discourage India’s unity or hinder the country from accomplishing new heights as different of his ministerial workmate as well as Bollywood personalities for say Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devagan and Kangana Ranaut and cinema maker Karan Johar pleaded mass to be wary of pseudo propaganda.
The 32-year-old singer, with 101 million fans on Twitter, have taken to the microblogging website and distributed a CNN news report headlined, “India cuts internet all over New Delhi as opposing farmers dispute with police.” “Why are not we discussing about this? #FarmersProtest,” Rihanna twitted. Thunberg again took to Twitter to speak, “We stand in unity with the #FarmersProtest in India.” In a new tweet on Wednesday, she also distributed “a toolkit for who feel to help”.