Between IPL 2022, Sri Lankan cricketers started worrying about home, expressed grief over the situation worsened by the emergency
Sri Lankan cricketers are saddened to see the bad condition of their country and the problems of the people. In such a situation, he has gone ahead and supported the people of his country.
Sri Lankan cricketers saddened by the deteriorating situation in their country
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IPL 2022 means the dazzle of cricket. But even in this glare, the Sri Lankan cricketers playing in it are not forgetting their home. What to do now Sri Lanka (Sri Lanka) The circumstances have become something like this. The government is marginalized and emergency has been imposed in the country. Meaning the situation is completely dilapidated. In such a situation, the common citizens there are facing the most problems. Sri Lankan cricketers playing IPL or associated with it in any way are saddened to see the bad condition of their country and the problems of the people. In such a situation, he has gone ahead and supported the people of his country and has also cursed the government. Players of Punjab Kings in such players Bhanuka Rajapakse (Bhanuka Rajapaksa) and Mumbai Indians coach Mahela Jayawardene (Mahela Jayawardena) The name is at the fore.
Both Bhanuka and Mahela have written emotional messages to the people of the country on their Twitter accounts. He has pulled the government into the dock for the situation arising in the country. It has also been said that they cannot run away from their responsibilities.
Rajapakse expressed pain by tweeting
Bhanuka Rajapaksa, who played for Punjab Kings in IPL 2022, tweeted and wrote, “Of course I am many miles away, still can feel the pain of my fellow Sri Lankans, who struggle to make ends meet every day. Now fundamental rights have also been abolished to suppress their voice. But when 22 million voices come together, it cannot be ignored. It should be heard. The people of Sri Lanka deserve it.
â€” Bhanuka Rajapaksa (@BhanukaRajapak3) April 3, 2022
Jayawardene also expressed concern over the situation in the country
On the other hand, Mumbai Indians coach Mahela Jayawardene has also tweeted about this. He wrote, “I am saddened to see the emergency and curfew in Sri Lanka. The government cannot ignore the needs of those who have every right to protest. Detaining people who do this is not acceptable. I am very proud of the brave lawyers of Sri Lanka who participated in his defence.”
â€” Mahela Jayawardena (@MahelaJay) April 3, 2022
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