Due to Corona, Ashwin appealed to the people in Mankanding style, said- stay inside- be safe

Corona viral continues to wreak havoc in the world. Where more than 18 thousand people have died. In view of the danger of corona virus, Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing the nation on Tuesday night has announced a lockdown across the country for 21 days i.e. three weeks. In such a situation, what happened during Team India's spinner Ravichandran Ashwin during the IPL match of Rajasthan Royals vs Kings XI Punjab on social media last year teaches that stay inside and be safe.

Actually, Ashwin has pleaded not to get out of the house during the lock down on Twitter account, as well as shared a photo with Jose Butler and wrote the caption, ha ha ha, someone sent it to me and told that today It was run out a year ago. There is a lockdown in the country, this is a good way to remind the citizens. Do not exit Stay in, be safe. Explain that Ashwin was bowling in the 13th over of Rajasthan's innings and he saw Butler out of the crease. Ashwin restrained himself and dismissed Butler.

Let us tell you that due to Corona virus, there is an atmosphere of fear in the whole world. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has created a ruckus in the entire country by declaring a lockdown for 21 days across the country at 8 pm on Tuesday night. During his 29-minute address, the Prime Minister folded his hands 4 times for the safety and health of 130 crore citizens of the country and requested the public to join hands repeatedly.

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The former Indian all-rounder was named after Veenu Mankad. There is talk of India's tour of Australia in December 1947. Mankad had runout Australian batsman Bill Browne at the time when he was seen standing out of the crease at the non-striker end. Mankad prevented himself from bowling and Brown was runout. Mankad had runout Brown twice in the same manner. The first incident took place in the practice match and the second in the second Test of the series.

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