Meena Harris, American lawyer, author and niece of US Vice President Kamala Harris said that she will not be intimidated and silenced after facing incessant criticism in India for extending support to the farmers' protest.
She put out a series of tweets on the social media platform referring to the stir in Delhi as "all of our issues".
In another tweet, she wrote, "Y'all literally have headlines that say "Brave Indian men burned pictures of women who support farmers" and think that's normal."
Recently, Meena Harris also referred to "Hindu extremism". Sharing a screenshot of a recent article in Politico titled 'It's Time to Talk About Violent Christian Extremism', she wrote, "As you've surely seen from India over the last week alone, this headline could easily read, 'It's Time to Talk About Violent Hindu Extremism.' It's all connected."
The 36-year-old has been voicing her opinions regularly ever since an international media report on the farmer stir and the government's actions drew attention from pop singer Rihanna, climate activist Greta Thunberg and many others.
One tweet by Rihanna, who has over 100 million followers on Twitter, took the farmers protest to a global stage.