Virat Kohli, who is now likely to lead Team India across all the three formats after Captain Cool resigned from the post of limited overs skipper, was deeply sad from the Molestation reports emerging from Bengaluru. Here is what he has to say :-
This country should be safe & equal for all. Women shouldn't be treated differently. Let's stand together & put an end to such pathetic acts pic.twitter.com/bD0vOV2I2P— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) January 6, 2017
Earlier also Virat Kohli had come in defense of Anushka Sharma, who came under lot of scurrility after she had gone to Australia to support Team India during World Cup 2015. However, the game in which Anushka was present in crowd resulted in Australia's win and Anushka was blamed for Virat's lack of runs.
Apart from Virat, Virender Sehwag and Vanitha VR have also shown disappointment regarding Molestation cases emerging from Bangalore, here is what Virender Sehwag and Vanitha tweeted:
Shame on people who touch a girl without her consent. pic.twitter.com/PmfBrVuWh0— Vanitha VR (@ImVanithaVR) January 6, 2017