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Harbhajan Singh, Virender Sehwag Tweeted over Alarming Air Pollution 

Harbhajan Singh, Virender Sehwag Tweeted over Alarming Air Pollution
Harbhajan and Sehwag have had enjoyed a cordial relation while playing a significant role for Indian national team. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

In a series of tweets, the discarded Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh was enraged as he took to the micro-blogging website Twitter to lament over the ignorance of natives regarding the prevailing climate in the northern part of India.

Rile-up Harbhajan reiterated the situation would deteriorate while many felt the condition would be better as the air pollution level will subside in December.

“Biggest problem is we (are) r so ignorant we feel this is fine it will get better next month but the truth is it’s getting worse every day every month,” Harbhajan tweeted on his official Twitter handle.

Moreover, it eventually becomes the cause of concern for the administration – to put curbs on controlling the air pollution which has already taken a toll on the people while complaining about throat and chest infection.

The 37-year-old Jalandhar-born Harbhajan revealed we’re coming close to death while breathing an acrid air after the pollution levels have had risen to an alarming situation.

“We have made our climate a hell..with every breath we r coming closer to our graveyard. #seriousissue #warningsign #endisnear,” Harbhajan tweeted.

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Harbhajan is eyeing an international comeback for India, as he previously appeared in an international fixture in March 2016 against the United Arab Emirates at Dhaka. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

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Since past one-week, the poor air quality has witnessed people gasping for fresh air in the national capital Delhi which subsequently saw the thick smog hit the megacity.

The emergency has been declared following the rising air pollution which eventually witnessed Indian capital Delhi denizens which also saw the former Indian women skipper Anjum Chopra expressed the concern.

On the other side, Delhi is going to witness the much-talked Odd-even process of the cars to ply on roads according to the administration from November 13, to bring pollution under control which has already crossed the severe unacceptable levels.

So much so, one of the Ranji Trophy 2017-18 matches in Rohtak between hosts Haryana and visitors Rajasthan was somehow hampered on the first day due to thickened smog which hung over with haze.

The first day of the fourth round of Ranji saw a little over 42 overs were bowled in a match by Rajasthan bowlers.

On the other side, former swashbuckling Indian opener Virender Sehwag tweeted in his style while witnessing the climate change which has gone from bad to worst since the start of November.

Interestingly, the 39-year-old Sehwag also posted a tweet while considering the current situation in Delhi to express concern

“Dilli me Itna Kohra Hai ki ______________. Fill in the blanks,” Sehwag tweeted.

In 103 Tests, Harbhajan bagged 417 scalps at the bowling average of 32.46. He bagged 25 five-wicket haul and 16 five-wicket hauls with eight for 84 come out his best bowling figures in Test innings.

Sehwag, who had been a strong force to reckon as the top-order batsman hung his boots in 2005, as he played 104 Tests to score 8,586 runs at an average of 49.34. He smashed 23-hundred and 32 fifties in the five-day format.

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After making his international debut way back in 1999, the right-handed batsman Sehwag played 251 One-day internationals in which he amassed 8,273 runs at an average of 35.05.

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