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Harbhajan Singh Comes in Support of Police

Indian cricketer Harbhajan Singh has recently shared a video from his Twitter account, which is becoming quite viral now in social media. It is clear in this video that during the CoronaVirus Lockdown, some people are seen roaming around the streets as a group.

However, a couple of policemen asked these people to stay in the house. But, This didn’t go well with them. They started attacking them. Not only this, but some people are also seen as surrounded by two policemen. It is clearly visible in this video that the people are hitting fiercely.

Harbhajan Singh tweeted this video and wrote, “We have to change our fucking attitude towards police. Don’t forget they are putting their lives to save ours. They also have families but they r doing their duty for the nation..why can’t we all just stay at home and be sensible for once for a better tomorrow. Plz be sensible”.

Significantly, to prevent the rising outbreak of Coronavirus, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has ordered a lockdown in the entire country for the next 21 days. The number of people infected with a corona in the country is increasing.

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