Yuvraj Singh dedicates 39th birthday to farmer’s protests, is hopeful of speedy resolution

Taking a bold step on his birthday, Indian Cricketer Yuvraj Singh took to Twitter right at the stroke of 12 to announce that rather than celebrating his birthday this year, he wishes for a speedy resolution of the going Farmer’s protest on the Singhu Border at the national capital. He expressed his faith over the speedy resolution of the matter through peaceful dialogue. He was born on December 12, 1981, and turns 39-years-old today.

Yuvraj Singh tweeted, “Birthdays are an opportunity to fulfil a wish or desire and this birthday rather than celebrating I only wish and pray for a swift resolution of the ongoing talks between our farmers and our government. Undoubtedly farmers are the livelihood of our nation and I truly believe that there is no problem which cannot be resolved through peaceful dialogue.”


Indian farmers have been protesting for over a month for the withdrawal of the controversial farm bills that were passed by the Indian Parliament this year and recently the revolution shifted to Delhi near the Delhi-Haryana Singhu border. Earlier farmer’s from the agriculturally rich states of Haryana, Punjab and a few others were protesting in their respective states, but due to no lead from the Central government, they decided to move towards Delhi.

There have been several rounds of talks between the farmers and the Central government and the farmers are determined to not settle for anything less than the withdrawal of the bills. Further developments in the matter are awaited.