The whole world has come together to fight the pandemic coronavirus which has taken lives of more than 18000 people across the globe. In India also the situation looks gloomy with each passing day as the death toll has risen to 10 with 562 positive cases in the country.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing the media on March 24 (Tuesday) cleared a complete lockdown in the country until April 14. Modi feels there is a need for social distancing which will help the country fight the deadly virus which is spreading at a rapid pace.
Soon after the announcement, the cricketing fraternity turned to social media supporting the PM. And former England cricketer Kevin Pietersen was also one of them. The former English cricketer, who is very much active on social media posted another tweet in Hindi urging the citizens of India to follow PM's directions.
Meanwhile, the post was that it was written in proper Hindi. This is not the first occasion that the former England player has come out with such type of post. In the end, Kevin Pietersen also credited wicket-keeper batsman from Bengal Sreevats Goswami for teaching him the language.
“Namaste India! I have heard that your situation is like ours, PM Modi has announced a nation-wide lockdown for 21 days. I request you to follow this instruction. We will fight coronavirus together and come out to this situation. Please stay at your home and stay safe, “ Kevin Pietersen tweeted in Hindi.