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Virender Sehwag plays it on the front foot

Virender Sehwag replies to Kargil martyr’s daughter post Ramjas College violence

By Sahil Mehan -

Former Indian Cricket Team skipper, one of the most iconic batsman of his time and a Twitter sensation, Virender Sehwag has once again made it into the news regarding his Tweets. Often known to give witty replies and birthday wishes that are indeed on the next level Virender Sehwag has admittedly said, he isn't scared of being politically incorrect.

However, known to replies with the bat, Virender Sehwag  has once again let his bat do the talking, but with the blend of his witty tweets. In an ongoing debate on social media on the backdrop of what happened in Ramjas college, Virender Sehwag certainly didn't shy away from giving his opinion. Virender Sehwag tweeted a picture holding a placard, which read,  “I didn’t score two triple centuries, my bat did”, along with the message, “Bat me hai Dum ! #BharatJaisiJagahNahi”.

Few days after the incident took place on Campus of Delhi university, 20 year old , Gurmehar Kaur – daughter of Kargil martyr Capt Mandeep Singh and Voice of Ram volunteer changed her profile pic, to  one with her holding a placard that says, ““I AM A STUDENT OF DELHI UNIVERSITY. I AM NOT AFRAID OF ABVP. I AM NOT ALONE. EVERY STUDENT OF INDIA IS WITH ME. #FIGHTBACKDU #STUDENTSAGAINSTABVP”. 

Last year Kaur had defended likes of Umar Khalid and Khaniya Kumar of JNU by uploading a video with a placard which said, "Pakistan did not kill my dad, war killed him”.

Considering Viru's tweet came when pic of Gurmehar Kaur went viral with the placard "Pakistan did not kill my dad, war killed him”. it seems Virender Sehwag knows how to give it back to anyone talks illogical and gibberish. Well Done Viru.

Here is what Virender Sehwag wrote:-


Sahil Mehan

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