'You are real hero' - Twitter salutes WT20 hero Joginder Sharma for serving his nation amid Coronavirus pandemic

Joginder Sharma bid adieu to international cricket back in 2018.

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Joginder Sharma. (Photo Source: Twitter)

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Joginder Sharma, the name from Indian cricket that brings smiles on the faces of the cricket fans. Now, he is working hard as a cop to fight against Coronavirus. He is currently the Deputy Superintendent of Police in Haryana and the he is actively standing on his toes to keep a check if people are in their houses or not during the lockdown. Moreover, he has received applauds from the cricketing fraternity for his responsible behaviour which is very less seen these days.

Narendra Modi, the honorable Indian Prime Minister announced lockdown in the country for 21 days. He has strictly said that none of the people should come out of their houses until it is necessary. The government took such a step to avoid more cases of Coronavirus in the country. It has increased the responsibility on the shoulders of police officials, who are assigned on the streets and lanes to have a check on the people roaming outside their houses in lockdown.

Joginder Sharma gets appreciation for his work

Joginder Sharma, who is the current DSP in Haryana was spotted wearing a mask in one of the streets to have a close eye on the activity of the people. Recently, ICC took to their Twitter handle and gave applause to the determination of the former player, who is working hard to fight against Coronavirus.

They also quoted him as the real hero as he never backs down from any stiff or crucial conditions. The cricketing fraternity cherished his work under alarming conditions for the well being of every individual. The 36-year-old bid adieu to international cricket back in 2018.

He was the main reason behind India’s triumph to their maiden T20 World Cup back in 2007. Joginder Sharma bowled the crucial last over in the final against Pakistan. He defended 13 runs and helped the Men in Blue in becoming the World Champions in the shorter format. In 2011 he met with a car accident and miserably failed in regaining his form with the ball and bat. So, he shifted his focus in serving the citizen of the country.

Here is how Twitter reacted: