New Delhi: Former all-rounder Yuvraj Singh (Yograj singh), hero of the ICC T20 World Cup victory in 2007 and again in the ICC World Cup in 2011, will be 39 years old on Saturday. This time, however, Yuvraj is not celebrating his birthday. He also revealed the reasons for not celebrating the anniversary.
Yuvraj wrote a special message for his fans on Twitter on his birthday. He wrote: “The anniversary is a chance to make any wish come true, but instead of celebrating the anniversary, I pray that the ongoing dialogue between our farmers and our government brings a solution to this problem. He said: “There is no doubt that farmers are India’s lifeline and I think there is no problem that peaceful dialogue cannot resolve.”
Yuvraj has also distanced himself from controversial statements from his father Yograj Singh he made during the protest this week. He said: “Being a proud Indian, I am saddened and disappointed by Yograj Singh’s statements. I want to make it clear that this is his personal opinion and I do not agree with him.
– Yuvraj Singh (@ YUVSTRONG12) December 11, 2020
Yuvraj said: “ I urge everyone to take full care of the corona virus outbreak. The epidemic is not yet gone and we must take precautions to overcome it. He finally wrote, “Jai Jawan! I salute you farmer! I Hind!
Yuvraj had retired in 2019. He played his last international match in 2017. Yuvi played 308 ODIs, 58 T20 internationals and 40 test matches for India, in which he scored 8701, 1177 and 1900 in the ‘order.
Significantly, a few days ago, Yograj Singh arrived to support the farmers’ protest. During this time, he also gave a speech in which he forgot the dignity of words. According to reports, he used the word traitor for Hindus. Yograj had said: “They are Hindu traitors, one hundred years of Mughal slavery”. Not only that, he also made a controversial statement about women, after which there was a lot of anger against him on social media. #ArrestYograjSingh was trending on Twitter.