Diljit Dosanjh reacts to Kangana Ranaut for claiming he disappeared after provoking farmers: Before calling farmers traitors of this country have some shame at least – Eagles Vine

Once again Kangana Ranaut and Diljit Dosanjh are back to their war of words on Twitter after the ‘Queen’ actress took a direct dig at the Punjabi singer and Priyanka Chopra today with a fresh tweet on the ongoing farmers’ protest in India and wrote, “मैं चाहती हूँ कि @diljitdosanjh और @priyankachopra जी जो किसानों केलिये लोकल क्रांतिकारियों की भूमिका में दिखे कम से कम एक विडीओ की माध्यम से किसानों को ये तो बताएँ की उनको विरोध किस बात का करना है,दोनों किसानों को भड़काकर ग़ायब हो गए हैं, और देखो किसानों की और देश की ये हालत है (I want that Diljit Dosanjh and Priyanka Chopra who have been seen as local revolutionaries by the farmers , should atleast make one video for the farmers on what they should be protesting. After provoking farmers, both have now disappeared and now look at the condition of the farmers and the country.”

Soon after this, Diljit reacted to the actress’ comment on Twitter and responded, “Disappeared Wala Tan Bulekha Hee Kadh Deo.. Naley Kon Desh Premi Te Kon Desh Virodhi Eh Decide Karn Da Hakk Ehnu Kiney De Ta? Eh Kithey Di Authority aa? Farmers Nu Desh Virodhi Kehn ton Paihlan Sharm Kar Lao Koi Maadi Moti ( Forget about disappearing.. but who gave her the right to decide who’s a traitor or nationalist of this country? Where is this authority coming from? Before calling farmers traitors of this country have some shame at least.”

Earlier today, Kangana had shared a tweeted tagging Priyanka and Diljit once again that read, “Cost of farmers protests so far 70,000 crores, because of dharna economic slowdown in neighbouring industries and small factories, might lead to riots, @diljitdosanjh and @priyankachopra you understand our actions have serious consequences please tell me who will pay for this?”


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