After WWE’s superstar wrestler Jinder Mahal, his former managers Singh Brothers have also come in support of the ongoing farmers’ movement in India. WWE tag team wrestlers Sunil Singh and his brother Samir Singh have raised their voices in support of the farmers’ movement on social media. The Canadian-born Singh Brothers have expressed their support for the agitating farmers through a post on their official Instagram account.
“Thousands of miles away, we wrestle our battles, however, the biggest battle happening right now is on the cold streets of India,” the caption of their post read.
“Human beings battling for their own basic human rights. Fighting for their voices to be heard. It’s truly emotional, sad & disheartening to see all this. It’s been 3 months and counting. Our hearts continue to be with all our Sikh, Muslim, Hindu, brothers, sisters & all farmers in India. Your voices are starting to be heard.”
Earlier in January, Sunil wrote a post on his Instagram in support of the farmers’ movement.
Back in December, former WWE champion Jinder Mahal had also shown support for the protesting farmers on social media via an Instagram post.
72 days have passed since the farmers’ movement started in India against the Farm lawsbut the government and protestors have failed to put an end to the deadlock. Meanwhile, the United Farmers’ Front has announced a 3-hour ‘chakka jam’ on February 6.