'It's heartwarming to see' - Yuvraj Singh lauds policemen for sharing their food with the needy amid the 21-day lockdown

‘It’s heartwarming to see’ – Yuvraj Singh lauds policemen for sharing their food with the needy amid the 21-day lockdown

The Chandigarh-born batsman had an illustrious career for India, especially in ODIs where he amassed 8701 runs in 304 matches.

Police helping the poor
Police helping the poor. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Amid the stern situation of coronavirus pandemic spreading its wrath around the globe, the world is under lockdown where people are spending their time in isolation. The life-threatening virus has put the world to a halt as more than 60,000 deaths have been registered worldwide due to its spread.

Talking about India, amid the 21-day lockdown in the country, the cofirmed cases have crossed 3000 and 77 deaths have been registered so far across the nation. In this testing times, every individual has been appealed to stay indoors and isolate in order to stay away from the virus. In the outbreak of the pandemic, health workers and policemen are trying their best to maintain the environment of the society.

Meanwhile, former India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh took it to Twitter to hail the policemen who were spotted sharing their food with those in need. Touched by their act, Yuvraj wrote that it was heartwarming to see such humanity and kindness during these tough times.

Taking to Twitter, the swashbuckling left-hander posted the video of policemen and wrote: “It’s heartwarming to see such act of humanity shown by these police men. Much respect for their act of kindness during these tough times and for sharing their own food. #StayHomeStaySafe #BeKind.”

Yuvraj Singh was an integral part of India’s 2011 World Cup campaign

The former India all-rounder, who played a pivotal role in India’s 2011 World Cup triumph, was recently in news for extending support to Shahid Afridi‘s Foundation. In his tweet, Yuvraj had appealed to donate to the foundation amid the pandemic.

However, the all-rounder’s tweet didn’t go well with Indian fans, who lambasted him for supporting Afridi’s foundation. The primary reason behind this was Afridi’s past remarks about India, which had enraged many Indian fans. Considering the stern relations between both the countries, fans on Twitter were furious at Yuvraj for extending support to Afridi’s foundation.

The Chandigarh-born batsman had an illustrious career for India, especially in ODIs where he amassed 8701 runs in 304 matches that included 14 tons and 52 half-centuries. Proving his mettle in the bowling department too, he scalped 111 wickets at an economy of 5.10. He was last seen in Road Safety World Series where he donned the India Legends jersey. However, in the wake of the pandemic, the tournament was called off halfway.