Edited By Tarun Vats | | Updated: 31 May 2020, 09:27:00 AM IST
Former Indian cricketer Aakash Chopra was trolled on Saturday when he tweeted to open religious places with lockdown. Due to the Kovid-19 pandemic, it has been decided to open the lockdown implemented across the country for more than two months and the central government has named it 'unlocked'.
Starting on 8 June, the first phase will be 'Unlock 1' in which restaurants, hotels, malls, shopping centers and religious places have been allowed to open. After this announcement by the central government, Akash Chopra in his tweet questioned the opening of religious places. After this, he was trolled.
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A well-known name in the commentary, 42-year-old Akash Chopra tweeted, 'Malls, restaurants etc .. These are necessary for financial needs .. and maybe, so it's not possible to keep them closed forever but we need to open religious places What is needed? God is everywhere …. or isn't it? ' After this tweet, he is being trolled on social media.
One user even questioned about the income of the priests that they were not able to earn anything under lockdown.
A user named Varandani wrote that God is everywhere.
At the same time, one user wrote that cricket can also be played in the street. Another wrote what the commentary work in cricket.
'Unlock-1' will also be allowed to start shopping malls, restaurants, salons, hotels and other hospitality services with conditions excluding the Containment Zone.