Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Rakesh Tikait warned the government that it would find it difficult to stay in power if the new farm laws are not repealed. "We have so far talked about 'bill wapsi' (repealing the farm laws). The government should listen carefully. What will you do if the youth call for 'gaddi wapsi' (removal from power)?" he questioned. From Union Home Ministe Amit Shah to various other cabinet members and Bollywood stars tweeted against the "propaganda" over the farmers' protest, as a reaction to tweets by Rihanna, Greta Thunberg and others. Meanwhile, the police built new barriers at the Delhi-Haryana border in Singhu, making it tougher for the media to reach the protest site. Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra will meet in Uttar Pradesh, the family members of Navreet Singh, the young farmer who was killed when a tractor overturned on him during the Republic Day violence in Delhi. The government has issued a notice to Twitter, accusing it of unilaterally unblocking more than 250 accounts that had been suspended over the farmers' agitation. Twitter could face penal action for non-compliance of the order.