- The issue of peasant movement in Britain’s Parliament
- Tanmanjit Singh Dhesi asked the question to PM
- British PM Johnson gave some more answers
The issue of Farmers Protest in India came up in the British Parliament on Wednesday, when Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s reply on this surprised everyone. The British Sikh MP from the Labor Party, Tanmanjit Singh Dhesi, asked Prime Minister Boris Johnson questions in Parliament over the protests by farmers in India, Johnson became confused. Johnson said that any dispute between India and Pakistan can be resolved through bilateral talks.
Surprised by Boris Johnson’s response, Dhesi immediately took to social media and expressed surprise on Twitter that Prime Minister Johnson did not know what subject he was responding to.
Many were horrified to see water cannon, tear gas and brute force being used against farmers peacefully protesting in India about # FarmersBill2020.
Everyone has the fundamental right to protest peacefully.
But it might help if our PM actually knew what he was talking about! pic.twitter.com/EvqGHMhW0Y
– Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi MP (@TanDhesi) December 9, 2020
Darsial, Dhesi, raising the issue of farmers in India, asked in Parliament whether Johnson would convey to the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi) the concerns of the Sikh community living in Britain. In response to this question, Johnson said that any dispute between India and Pakistan can be resolved by the governments there.
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