Virender Sehwag's reply to Kargil martyr's daughter causes online uproar
Former Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag had a hilarious reply to Delhi University student Gurmehar Kaur's post on Facebook; however, twitterati had a bag of mixed reactions to this
Former Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag is famously known for his ability to hit various bowlers outside the park during his innings. Sehwag, who is currently retired from cricket, took to social networking site to comment on the Ramjas College ruckus.
His post was a sort of a reply to Gurmehar Kaur, the daughter of Kargil martyr Capt Mandeep Singh, who took to Facebook in May last year, to post a status that shows a picture of her holding a placard reading: Pakistan did not kill my dad. War killed him.
After the North Campus clash, Kaur had changed her Facebook profile picture holding a placard which read "I am a student from Delhi University. I am not afraid of ABVP. I am not alone. Every student of India is with me. #StudentsAgainstABVP". Bollywood actor Randeep Hooda reacted to the situation with his own tweet praising Viru Paaji. However, Twitterati had a bunch of mixed reaction to Sehwag's post.
@virendersehwag by having a team tht thinks this is funny and then showcasing it , the jokes on u mister , pick on sum1 ur own age and size— Salilacharya (@Salilacharya) February 26, 2017
@virendersehwag I didn't Type This Message Ji , My Mobile did ðð¶ð¶— ViGnEsH HaRi (@vigneshhari1) February 26, 2017
@virendersehwag sir ye tweet bhi tripple century se kuch km nhi tha.. virodhiyon ki bolti band:-)— sakshi shrivastava (@shrivastavasak5) February 26, 2017
@virendersehwag retweets ke liye itni sasta mat bano viru.. don't judge so quickly.. not everything is funny! ð— MOUMITA CHOWDHURY (@immoumita) February 26, 2017
@virendersehwag Equating your inconsequential career in a team sport to a person's expression of grief and healing: lanat ap ki shakal per!!— Uzma Khan (@OZwalik) February 26, 2017
Delhi University's Ramjas College had on Wednesday witnessed large-scale violence between members of AISA and ABVP workers. The genesis of the clash was an invite to JNU students Umar Khalid and Shehla Rashid to address a seminar on 'Culture of Protests' which was withdrawn by the college authorities following opposition by the ABVP. With inputs from PTI.