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When Diljit Dosanjh and Kangana Ranaut have been engaged in a Twitter spat, actor-boxer Vijender Singh had additionally slammed the actress for her unwarranted feedback on the continued farmers’ protest.
Following Diljit’s footsteps, Vijender prolonged his support to farmers .
Vijender addressing the farmers stated, “If the government doesn’t withdraw the black laws, I’ll return my Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award – the highest sporting honour of the nation.” according to the report by ANI
If the government doesn't withdraw the black laws, I'll return my Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award – the highest sporting honour of the nation: Boxer Vijender Singh #FarmLaws https://t.co/8Q5fVEmncC pic.twitter.com/imTATDZCei
— ANI (@ANI) December 6, 2020
The actor-boxer additionally added, “I’d received training in Punjab & had their ‘roti’. Today when they’re here in cold, I’ve come as their brother. Other athletes from Haryana wanted to come but they have govt jobs & would’ve been in trouble. They say they’re with farmers.”
Vijender had beforehand slammed Kangana Ranaut brazenly for her Twitter spat with Diljit. He had informed the Kangana that she has messed with the wrong people.
The boxer had even lashed out Bollywood A-listers for his or her silence on the farmers’ protest.
In movie ‘Fugly’, Vijender had made his Bollywood debut as an actor that launched in 2014. The movie was directed by Kabir Sadanand and produced by Alka Bhatia, Akshay Kumar, Ashvini Yardi and Salman Khan.