Actor-turned-activist Deep Sidhu, who has been accused by farm bodies of trying to defame their agitation and termed a "traitor", said its leaders wouldn’t know where to hide if he started revealing “their secrets”.
The 36-year-old Sidhu, who is in the eye of a storm for being among the protesters who put up a religious flag atop the Red Fort on Republic Day, accused the farmer leaders of being "arrogant" and said that they wanted whatever decisions they take should be accepted by all.
“You are so jealous and so arrogant that you do not listen to anyone. Whatever decision is taken must be accepted by all. If I reveal deep secrets, then there will be no way to flee (for farm leaders),” said Sidhu in his latest video uploaded on Facebook around 2 am on January 29.
He hit out at farm leaders for allegedly spreading false propaganda and hatred against him.