The protesters claimed that they belonged to two voluntary organisation which work for the welfare of children, especially child labour.
Maharashtra govt to probe if celebs were forced to tweet on farmers' stir by BJP: Congress' Sachin Sawant
Sachin Tendulkar, Akshay Kumar, Sunil Shetty and Lata Mangeshkar among several others had tweeted calling for unity in the country after Rihanna and others extended support to farmers' stir.
Government shouldn't have 'asked' big personalities like Sachin, Lata to tweet on farmers' issue: Raj Thackeray
The MNS chief said that the agitation is against the government policies and not concerning issues of national interest.
From the messy barricades on Delhi’s borders, the farmers agitation has moved to digital space. And everyone is wearing ‘nationalism’ on their sleeve.
The RJD's national vice-president asked whether the Centre wants the world to turn a blind eye to the farmer's stir by "getting statements issued by people like Tendulkar".
The farmer leader welcomed the support from international artistes and activists, including Rihanna and Greta Thunberg, although admitting he does not know them.
Taapsee Pannu, Vir Das and other celebrities criticize near-identical tweets by Bollywood stars, cricketers
Comedian-actor Vir Das said he was amazed to see how Indians got 'mobilized' over a tweet by Rihanna and Thunberg.
Kohli was among a host of Indian cricket stars who urged for unity in the country after some international celebrities called attention to the plight of agitating farmers.
As proud citizens of our beloved India, let's stand united in this hour of crisis, Yuvraj tweeted.
India hit out at global celebrities such as singer Rihanna and climate activist Greta Thunberg for their support of the farmers' protests.
Be it Rihanna or Mia Khalifa or others like them who have tweeted, Rahul Gandhi meets these people for anti-India propaganda, BJP leader Sambit Patra claimed.
A tweet by Rihanna extending support to protesting farmers triggered a wave of support for them by a number of global celebrities, activists and politicians.
Rihanna, Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, American actress Amanda Cerni, US Vice President Kamala Harris' niece Meena Harris have lend their voices to farmers' stir.
Sachin Tendulkar takes potshot at international celebs, says external forces can be spectators but not participants
Sachin Tendulkar took an indirect potshot at international celebrities after many of them have been tweeting in support of the ongoing farmers' protest in India.
The Member of Parliament further added that it is not good to oppose the law without even knowing whether it is for the good of farmers or not.