Shikhar Dhawan’s tweet before the second T20 match, sensation on social media

Mumbai: Lumpy skin disease is widespread in the country at present. In many states, cows and buffaloes are falling prey to this disease. That’s why the government is trying to control this disease. Many celebrities are appealing to the government to take measures against this disease at the earliest. Now Team India’s opener Shikhar Dhawan […]
 


Shikhar Dhawan’s tweet before the second T20 match, sensation on social media

Mumbai: Lumpy skin disease is widespread in the country at present. In many states, cows and buffaloes are falling prey to this disease. That’s why the government is trying to control this disease. Many celebrities are appealing to the government to take measures against this disease at the earliest. Now Team India’s opener Shikhar Dhawan has commented on a big issue named Sudha in the country, let us know what he said on this issue.

For the past few days, cases of lump disease in cows and buffaloes have been reported in different parts of the country. Many cows have died due to this disease. In such a situation, this disease is becoming a big problem. Now Shikhar Dhawan has given his response by tweeting on this subject.

What did Shikhar Dhawan say?
Shikhar Dhawan is saying in his tweet that he has appealed to the concerned administration to fight the lumpy disease and save the lives of cows. He says that a large number of animals are affected by this disease and many people have lost their lives. Overall, by tweeting this, he has raised a big question, taking lumpy skin disease seriously.

 

After this tweet by Shikhar Dhawan, netizens have started appreciating it. A user tweeted and wrote that after Sonu Sood there is another celebrity who has commented on this issue. Another user said, ‘All cricketers are after earning money, but you are great. He has said that he is helping common people by bringing such issues to the fore. Dhawan’s tweet is very much discussed on social media. Many users are praising this question of peaking.

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