Protestor Blocks Ajay Devgn’s Car in Mumbai, Demands His Stand On The Farmers’ Protests
Ajay Devgn was stopped by a protestor in Mumbai while he was on his way to the Film City. The protestor demanded the actor to voice his opinion on the farmers’ protests.
Recently, when Ajay Devgn was travelling to his film set via his car in Mumbai, he was stopped on the way by a man, who blocked his road. The man, named Kuldeep Singh, was angrily slamming Ajay Devgn for not speaking anything about the farmers’ protests. Read on to know about what happened.
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On the morning of 3 March, when Ajay Devgn was headed to his film’s shoot in the Goregaon Film City in Mumbai, a supporter of the farmers’ protests gathered with a group and blocked his way, and yelled at the actor. In his anger, the man demanded the actor to speak about the farmers’ protests. He asked the actor why he was silent despite hailing from Punjab. The protestor, Kuldeep Singh, had reportedly kept the actor’s way blocked for about 15 minutes, after which, the cops arrived on the scene and arrested him.
According to reports, Kuldeep Singh is a member of the NCP. His fellow supporters, who were present at the scene, told the police that he only wanted to know why Ajay Devgn had kept quiet about the farmers’ rights. Anwar Sheikh, another member of the NCP, told the media, “We only wanted to ask Ajay Devgn why he is not even tweeting about the protests or making his stand clear about the issue in any way.”
When asked about what the police said about arresting Kuldeep Singh, Anwar Sheikh said, “I tried meeting with Kuldeep Singh but the police said that I cannot be allowed to meet him at the moment, and they said that we can now only talk to your lawyer regarding this issue.”
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