Pleasing to see pictures of dolphins swimming near the shores of Mumbai: Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma was scheduled to lead Mumbai Indians in IPL 2020 that got postponed to mid-April.
Updated - Mar 24, 2020 7:55 pm
COVID-19 outbreak has forced the governments to announce lockdown in their countries. Meanwhile, the animals and plants have got some breathing space as not many vehicles are moving on the roads. Rohit Sharma, the Indian opener, is pleased to see the flora and fauna having a good time in the absence of people.
It is not only India but every nation has been effected with Coronavirus. The virus is spreading at a very high rate that has taken several lives. These situations have forced the government to enforce locked down in several parts of the country. Even they have asked people not to go out in social gatherings. They have also requested the people to self-isolate themselves and strictly stay at home.
They have shared some strict guidelines for the people to combat the threatening virus with the people that comprises of washing hands, using masks etc. The lockdown has also decreased the number of vehicles on the roads. And, it has indirectly reduced pollution in the air.
Rohit Sharma finds it great to watch Dolphins
Recently, Rohit Sharma, the Indian opener took to his official Twitter handle and said that it is great to watch Dolphins swimming near the shores of Mumbai. This all exactly shows that if human beings can adjust a bit then they can find a balance with nature. But at least they need to first understand the importance of the same.
“Pleasing to see pictures of dolphins swimming near the shores of Mumbai, it shows us that if we tweak our ways we can make a huge difference in finding a balance with nature,” his tweet read.
Rohit Sharma’s next assignment was to lead Mumbai Indians in the 13th edition of Indian Premier League (IPL). But, due to bad conditions, BCCI has postponed the tournament to mid-April. However, it will be interesting to see if the cash-rich league gets going under such conditions or not. The BCCI President Sourav Ganguly, on Tuesday, confirmed that he is not in a position to comment anything on the matter at the moment.
Here is the post:
Pleasing to see pictures of dolphins swimming near the shores of Mumbai, it shows us that if we tweak our ways we can make a huge difference in finding a balance with nature.
— Rohit Sharma (@ImRo45) March 24, 2020