Kohli swears cricket for ‘yes, drugs for No in campaign
Team India captain Virat Kohli has appealed to thousands of children in Thiruvananthapuram to stay away from the drug (drugs) before taking the time for social concerns before the third and final match of the 3-match T-20 series against New Zealand.
In this program organized under the anti-drug campaign of the Kerala Police, Chief Minister Vijayan, Director General of Police Loknath Behera and other members of the team Dinesh Kartik and Akshar Patel took away the drug from the drug at Chandrasekharan Nair Stadium here. Took oath
The title of this program was ‘yes to cricket, not to drug’. A special postal memorial was also released on this occasion. On this occasion the Chief Minister also left the pink balloons with Kohli and other players.
Apart from this, team head coach Ravi Shastri worshiped here today in the famous Padmanabhaswamy Temple. Shastri has offered coconut in Agartala Ganapati, which is said to be free from obstacles. The city is experiencing heavy rains since this morning, which has clouded the crisis on the match.
According to PTI, sources of Padmanabhaswamy temple told that Shastri spent nearly an hour in this famous temple along with some BCCI officials on the morning and offered ‘butter’ to Lord Hanuman for the happiness of his family.
When Shastri was four years old, he came to this temple for the first time with his mother. He said that next time when he comes to the city, he will bring his mother to the temple to be seen.
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