- Team India captain Virat Kohli said – brief discussion on farmer movement in team meeting
- Virat had also tweeted – Let us all remain united in this time of disagreement, farmers are an integral part of our country.
- 4-match Test series between India and England to start from Friday, first Test in Chennai
The issue of the ongoing farmer movement in the country has now reached the meeting of the Indian cricket team. Team India captain Virat Kohli said on Thursday that this was discussed briefly in the team meeting. The 4-match Test series between India and England will begin on Friday with the first match to be played in Chennai.
Virat Kohli was answering questions from reporters in a virtual press conference before the series against England. When he was asked questions on the farmer movement, he said that this issue was briefly discussed in the team meeting.
Read, Virat hoped for a amicable solution, said – stay united in the era of disagreements
Earlier, Virat tweeted on Wednesday that it is time to stay united. He wrote that in this era of disagreements, stay united. The crowd of farmers on the Ghazipur border, Singhu border and Tikri border in Delhi is continuously increasing, but Virat hoped that all sides will resolve the issue peacefully.
He wrote, ‘Let us all be united in this time of disagreement. Farmers are an integral part of our country and I am sure that an amicable solution will be reached between all the parties so that there can be peace and all can move forward together. ‘
At the same time, the legendary batsmen Sachin Tendulkar and former coach Anil Kumble have given a quick reply to all those celebrities including pop star Rihanna who are trying to interfere in India’s internal affairs.