Actor Anupam Kher said no genuine farmer is being labelled, but the "tukde-tukde gang" is out to "hijack" the protest, referring to the agitation by farmers in and around Delhi against the centre's farm laws. "Labels are given by some of the protesters who have vested interest. I have no sympathy with the tukde-tukde gang. People are not blind to the hijacking of genuine protest," Anupam Kher said. "Vested interests are harming farmers. Anyone who eats food supports farmers," he said. The government will meet the protesting farmers for another round of talks on Wednesday.