After multiple rounds of inconclusive talks with the center, the farm unions suffered another anti-climactic stalemate where they had to reject the proposal sent by the center promising amendments.
The agitated farmer’s union leaders announced that since the government has refused to repel all the three laws the farmer’s have been protesting against since more than 2 weeks, the unions will further escalate the protest. Additionally, they also said that they will be boycotting all the products under the belt of Reliance industries and Adani industries, two mega corporations that allegedly fuel the revenue stream of BJP.
As the story develops, thousands of Indians across the country have taken a stand with the farmer’s on social media and Twitter has been full of tweets with the hashtag #BoycottAmbaniAdani and #WeUnitedForFarmers. With such an overwhelming response, #BoycottAmbaniAdani and #BoycottJio were two of the highest tweeted hashtags on 9th December 2020. Let’s look at how Indians came together on Twitter in solidarity for the farmers.
— Ravishkumar (@ravishndtvv) December 10, 2020
WOW – This is turning out to be 4th Battle of Panipat
In a direct attack on Ambani & Adani, Farmers to boycott of Reliance & Adani Products like JIO
If Modi has any shame left, he should get off his high pedestal, sit & talk with Farmers & repeal the laws.#BoycottAmbaniAdani
— Srivatsa (@srivatsayb) December 9, 2020
— Ajaypal Gill (@GillAjaypal01) December 3, 2020
Net worth of Ambani, Adani
V/S our GDP.
Of course they favour farm bills.
These businessmen are the real ANTI-NATIONALISTS. Only concerned with their bank balances, while our GDP Rate is struggling to attain positive digits. #supportfarmerprotest #boycottambaniadani pic.twitter.com/tADfBrLwPs
— Prabhleen Kaur (@Prabhleen_22) December 6, 2020
— All India Kisan Mahasabha (@KisanMahasabha) December 9, 2020
Boycott Corporate Ambani- Adani Products to intensify peasant struggle to repeal pro-corporate, anti farmer 3 Farm Acts and the Electricity Bill.#BoycottAmbaniAdani #BoycottJioMart pic.twitter.com/UgsRvP7BZ9
— P Krishnaprasad (@PKrishn51838451) December 10, 2020
— किसान (@Rz1505) December 9, 2020
Some Twitter users created rib-tickling memes & insightful comics and took part in the conversation in their own way.
After seeing trend of #BoycottJio
— Piyush Agrawal (@pratyush966932) December 9, 2020
— Ajay Sharma (@helloajaysharma) December 10, 2020
— Arbaaz kureshi (@jusxak) December 9, 2020