India’s star off spinner Harbhajan Singh has done something, which is why he is trending on Twitter. In fact, in his Instagram story, he paid tribute to Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale, who was killed inside the Golden Temple on the 37th anniversary of Operation Blue Star and tried to call him a ‘martyr’. However, he did not explicitly mention Bhindranwale’s name during this period. Let us tell you that Operation Blue Star was held from June 1 to June 8, 1984 at the Golden Temple in Amritsar. This is a great mission by the Indian Army.
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The campaign was carried out by the then Prime Minister of the country, Indira Gandhi and the Punjab to correct the deteriorating law and order situation. Though not explicitly named Harbhajan Bhindranwale, Bhindranwale’s image was featured prominently in his Instagram story. There has been no statement from Harbhajan on this whole matter so far. Here’s how people troll him-
He should be further disqualified from the job and re-filed with Fur
Take back all the awards given by the Government of India
– Anamika Yadav (@anamika822) June 7, 2021
– Bharat Bhakti (ha Bharat_Bhakti) June 7, 2021
In England #AllieRobinson Suspended for 9 year old tweet.
No action is taken in India
#Harbhajansingh For constantly posting hate tweets against the nation.
– Suitable for Professor (ro Prof Caravan) June 7, 2021
Harbhajan has taken 417 wickets in 103 Tests for Team India. In 236 ODIs, Harbhajan has taken 269 wickets in his name. He has also taken 25 wickets in 28 T20 matches. Harbhajan played for KKR in the 14th edition of the Indian Premier League this year. He played three matches for the Bhajji team but could not take a single wicket. KKR bought Harbhajan for their original price. Harbhajan was previously part of the Chennai Super Kings team and played for two years. In IPL 2020, the off-spinner withdrew from the tournament citing personal reasons.
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