Gurdas Maan supports farmers’ protest: ‘Long live farmers’


France has its own language and Germany too. If we are stressing so much on mother tongue (Punjabi) then we should also focus on mother’s sister (Hindi).”https://images.indianexpress.com/2020/08/1×1.png
Explained: Why Gurdas Maan was not allowed to address farmers at Singhu
Even though the statement drew some backlash, Gurdas Maan stood by his words and later said, “When we talk about whole India then it is our mother and we should respect its language. I was asked to respond to a controversy over Punjabi in Punjab. kisan zindabad hai te hamesha zindabad rahega pic.twitter.com/UFxmZjF6mO
— Gurdas Maan (@gurdasmaan) December 8, 2020
Gurdas Maan wanted to take the stage at Singhu border, but some organisers did not find it appropriate, considering the 2019 controversy where he allegedly disrespected the Punjabi language. Click here to join our channel (@indianexpress) and stay updated with the latest headlines
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📣 The Indian Express is now on Telegram. It is a national language. I only said that there should be one language for the whole nation. Maan shared his message in Punjabi which when loosely translated in English reads, “There’s a lot to say, but I’ll only say this much – I was always with you, and I will always be with you… Long live farmers.”

Kehn nu ta bohot kuch hai par main sirf inni gal kahunga –
Main hamesha tuhade naal si te hamesha tuhade naal rahanga .. By: Entertainment Desk | New Delhi |

December 8, 2020 1:29:17 pm

Gurdas Maan voiced his support for farmers via Twitter. During a radio interview in Canada in 2019, he had said, “It is must that one nation should have one language. © IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd

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Gurdas Maan I have always showered praises on Punjabi. It is what I have earned and lived. It was a small issue, which was not a mistake, but it was presented as a mistake. But I never meant that Punjabi should be removed from Punjab. And if you are not able to communicate there then what is use of being ‘Hindustani’. Don't Miss These StoriesMovies to watch if you liked MankUnpaused trailer: Of life during lockdown and new beginnings26 photos from Niharika Konidela’s pre-wedding festivitiesClick here for more

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Last week, Maan offered an explanation and said, “You can abuse me, but kindly don’t take away my claim over Punjabyat from me. There must be one nation, one language.” His statement irked many in Punjab and Canada. So that person can communicate even in the south. (Photo: Gurdas Maan/Instagram)Popular Punjabi singer Gurdas Maan on Tuesday took to Twitter to support farmers after he was not allowed to speak at the protest against new farm bills at Delhi’s Singhu border. Then if our country starts speaking one language then what is the harm?