Gautam Gambhir angry over bursting firecrackers,

Coronavirus: Gautam Gambhir angry over bursting firecrackers, said- we are in the middle of fighting right now


On Sunday (April 5) at the call of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the entire nation showed solidarity in the country’s fight against the fast-growing COVID-19 infection by lighting a lamp, candle, flashlight or flash of mobile. PM Modi had appealed to the people to show off the collective passion of the country against the Coronavirus by turning off the lights of the houses at nine o’clock on Sunday night and instead of lighting a candle, lamp or any other light for nine minutes. Meanwhile, Gautam Gambhir was very upset with the firecrackers.


Actually, people started burning firecrackers after this appeal of PM Modi. Also, pictures of some people coming out on the streets during this time were also coming out. In such a situation, former Indian cricketers Gautam Gambhir, Ravichandran Ashwin, and Irfan Pathan got angry with those who did so.

Gautam Gambhir tweeted, “India… Stay in!” We are in the middle of a fight right now. This is not a chance to burn firecrackers.”


At the same time, Irfan Pathan wrote, “Things were so good until people started bursting firecrackers. India vs Coronavirus.

At the same time, Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin also misunderstood the burning of firecrackers. Ashwin tweeted, “I am surprised from where these people bought firecrackers and when to buy them … This is also an important question.”

Let us know that the sports world also took part in this appeal of PM Modi. Great batsman Sachin Tendulkar, Indian captain Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, head coach Ravi Shastri, two-time Olympic medalist Sushil Kumar, six-time world champion boxer MC Mary Kom, runner Hima Das, Rio Olympics bronze medalist wrestler Sakshi Malik, Rio Olympics medalist PV Sindhu, London Olympics bronze medalist Saina Nehwal, besides cricketers Virender Sehwag, Ravichandran Ash Vine, Suresh Raina, and many other players showed solidarity against this deadly disease through social media.

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