Did angry Indian Twitter users just prove that Rihanna is an ISI agent?

Soon after Rihanna's tweet, an online storm raged in India as Indians started claiming that Rihanna is an ISI agent.

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Farmer protests in Delhi are paving the way to dire consequences.

Farmer protests against the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s agricultural reforms have been creating a flutter in India for months. Tens of thousands of young and old farmers have taken to New Delhi’s roads to voice their objections.

It’s been more than two months that the Indian farmers have been protesting and organizing tractor rallies in Delhi to garner the government’s attention. The police responded to the Delhi rallies by shutting down the internet, digging ditches, driving nails into roads, and topping barricades with razor wire to prevent farmers from entering the capital again.

Recently, the esteemed Hollywood singer Rihanna took to Twitter to talk about the protesting farmers. Sharing a CNN article on the demonstrations with her 101 million followers on the platform, Rihanna tweeted:

Why aren’t we talking about this?! 

Here is the original tweet by Rihanna:

Soon after Rihanna’s tweet, an online storm raged in India as Indians started claiming that Rihanna is an ISI agent. Following the claims, an old picture of Zulfi and Rihanna surfaced on social media, making matters worse. After the photo went viral, Zulfi lauded Rihanna for raising her voice and said:

Well said and well done.

The photo further convinced Indians that Pakistan backs the Hollywood star.

Here is how people reacted to the picture:

Sources believe that the tweets are part of an online campaign against the singer. Proof of this can be drawn from the fact that most of the tweets have the same text.

Indian govt brings PR on board for dealing with the Farmer Protests.

According to reports, the Indian government has also activated its PR efforts with several Bollywood bigwigs, including Karan Johar, Ajay Devgn, and Suniel Shetty, to urge their Indian followers not to let anyone divide the country or fall for “false propaganda”.

It should be noted that in an official statement, the Indian foreign ministry said:

The celebrities need a proper understanding of the issues.

The statement further read:

The temptation of sensationalist social media hashtags and comments, especially when resorted to by celebrities and others, is neither accurate nor responsible. #IndiaTogether #IndiaAgainstPropaganda

The foreign ministry further stated:

We would like to emphasize that these protests must be seen in the context of India’s democratic ethos and polity and the efforts of the Government and the concerned farmer groups to resolve the impasse.

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