New Delhi: While former Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag has the reputation of entertaining the fans on social-media with his funny tweets, the Delhi batsman on Saturday once again turned serious.
Sehwag, who strongly voiced his opinion after the terror attack in Uri town claimed the lives of 18 Indian soldiers, once again took to Twitter to show his patriotic side.
This time, it was to praise Border Security Force (BSF), which killed seven Pak rangers and one terrorist in cross-border firing.
Sehwag not only tweeted the statement released by BSF, but also posted a message that read, "BSF India ki Jai Ho. Boys have again played really well. #PeaceIsATwoWayStreet."
— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) October 21, 2016
“In a befitting reply to a sniper attack of Pak Rangers at 9.35 am in the Hira Nagar sector of the Jammu frontier, BSF launched an aggressive offensive. During intermittent firing of small arms and area weapons, one militant and seven Rangers were shot dead,” the BSF said in a statement.