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Not just on Streets, Farmers' protest has reached up to Twitter.

Twitter is famous for its rage and Internet Fights. For its \'good for nothing\' debates and trolls. But, Sometimes it may be used as the platform for spreading the message of hope. In contrast to the farmer\'s protest in Delhi, Twitter is showing more of good will. 

See what Twitterati has to say abou the protest: 

New friendships forming at the #KisanMuktiMarch. Annadurai from Trichy. Sucha Singh from Patiala. No common language afaik but a common struggle. #NationForFarmers pic.twitter.com/ufgoiuifnr

— Raghu Karnad (@rkarnad) November 30, 2018


#KisanMuktiMarch or #FarmersMarch started from Raamleela Maidan towards the Parliament.
The Farmers have apologized 4 creating inconvenience to the citizens of #Delhi
Meanwhile @narendramodi fled to #Argentina 4 work ! pic.twitter.com/BQRZfskdb5

— suman sengupta ???? ???????? (@sumonseng) November 30, 2018


This cartoon clearly depicts the contradiction between our priorities and the priorities of those who are ruling us. #RejectDivisivePolitics
Join #KisanMuktiMarch pic.twitter.com/0Xf1FWmglE

— sarika chaudhary (@scsarika4) November 28, 2018


One of the best posters in #FarmersMarch

People are waking up, they can\'t fool us on useless religion issues anymore. pic.twitter.com/F4BCTrmH2I

— Dhruv Rathee (@dhruv_rathee) November 30, 2018


Our young friends from Delhi University join #KisanMuktiMarch
This is the India of 21st century, where compassion is the Mantra. pic.twitter.com/taRNb3AolA

— Yogendra Yadav (@_YogendraYadav) November 29, 2018


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