Jazzy Bee, an Indo-Canadian singer, joins protesting farmers in Delhi, lending her support

Indian-Canadian singer Jazi Bi reached the Singhu border (Delhi-Haryana border) on Tuesday to lend his support to farmers’ protests against farm laws. The singer also addressed agitating farmers on the Singhu border in Delhi. Jazzy Bee appealed to the protesting farmers, especially the youth, to do nothing wrong, “will derail the peasant movement”. Diljit Dosanjh Sinhoo joins the farmers’ protest at the border, which gives a big support for the Cause (see video).

Jazzy B keeps sharing updates about farmers’ protests worldwide through his social media handle, especially on Twitter. Famous Punjabi singers such as Gurshtab, Galav Warich, Harf Cheema and Diljit Dosanjh tried to raise the morale of the farmers at the protest site on 5 December. Diljit Dosanjh gave Rs 1 crore to farmers to buy winter wear to protest, Singer Singa revealed on Instagram (see video)

See the tweet below:

Even after several rounds of negotiations with the government, farmers have been protesting against the three newly constituted agricultural laws from November 26 on various boundaries of the national capital-Farmers Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020, Kisan (Price Assurance And the Agricultural Services Act, 2020, and the Empowerment and Protection on Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act, 2020) Agreement. (ANI)

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