In the peasant movement, Vinesh Fogat targets the sisters in the ‘Twitter War’

Charkhi Dadri. International women’s wrestling and cousins ​​Babita Fogat and Vinesh Fogat are facing the peasant movement. A ‘Twitter war’ has started between them on the issue of farmers. Babita Fogat hijacked the peasant movement in pieces by gangs and later in SYL in Punjab. Vinesh now wrote the answer and said that he should not use useless language in a society that makes players.

Explain that farmers’ organizations are constantly agitating for the repeal of agricultural laws. Babita Fogat, chairperson of the Women’s Development Corporation and a riot girl, tweeted mocking the peasant movement. Babita wrote, ‘Now it seems that the gang has torn the peasant movement to pieces. Farmers should return because PM Modi will never let the rights of farmers die. The Congress and the Left cannot do good to the farmers.

The next day, Babita raised the issue of SYL in another tweet and talked about releasing water from Punjab to farmers in Haryana.

Babita’s tweets are getting a lot of criticism on social media. On social media, many people are talking in support of Babita farmers. Similarly, Babita from Fogat Khap is demanding resignation from the post of chairperson. Meanwhile, Khel Ratna award-winning international wrestler Vinesh Fogat has taken to Babita’s tweet. Vinesh tweeted, “A player is always a player no matter what the field. Always raised the name of the country, state, society and family from the country .. Keep the same respect and dignity in politics. It does not hurt the feelings of the person who contributes to the development of the game.

Along with Vinesh’s answer, Babita Fogat is regularly instructed to take lessons from her sister on social media. Vinesh’s tweet says that Babita should also be on the side of the farmer. 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 agricultural laws. They are stationed at the Delhi border for twenty days. On Monday, farmers went on a fast in support of their demand.

The farmers have demanded the central government to repeal the law immediately. Six talks are being held between 400 farmers’ organizations and the central government to resolve the issue, but so far no results have been achieved.