The BJP has termed the support of some foreign celebrities to the protesting farmers as an attempt to destabilise the country and said that Indian democracy does not need a certificate from foreign nationals.
Briefing the media at the party headquarters in New Delhi yesterday, party Spokesman Gaurav Bhatia said, it is democratic to protest, but it is wrong for foreigners to interfere in India’s internal affairs. He said, if the international personalities try to weaken the country, it will not be tolerated.
Mr Bhatia said, the country is standing united against these foreign powers and has the mettle not to let them succeed in their purpose.
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