There has been an outcry after India’s two consecutive defeats in the T20 World Cup. Captain Virat Kohli is being targeted on social media. Threats are being given to his family. In such a situation, now Congress MP Rahul Gandhi has supported Captain Virat Kohli.

Rahul Gandhi Tweeted

After strongly criticizing Indian bowler Mohammed Shami’s trolling on the basis of religion, there were also online attacks against Kohli. Rahul Gandhi tweeted, “Dear Virat, these people are full of hatred because no one gives them love. Forgive them. Defend the team.

Virat Kohli’s Daughter Targeted

Let us tell you that after the loss to Pakistan and New Zealand, captain Virat Kohli is on everyone’s target. He is being told a lot about bad captaincy, bad performance of the team, but what is worse is that objectionable things have said about Virat Kohli’s 10-month-old daughter.

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The Indian team lost to New Zealand by eight wickets in Dubai on Sunday. After this, the chances of Team India reaching the semi-finals became very less.

Former Captain of The Team Inzamam-ul-Haq Also Supported Kohli.

Before Rahul Gandhi, former Pakistan cricket team captain Inzamam-ul-Haq also supported Kohli. Engine lashed out at those who threatened Kohli’s daughter and called it shameful. Inzamam said that you have every right to criticize Kohli’s batting or his captaincy, but no one has the right to target the cricketer’s family.

Virat Kohli is Constantly on The Target of Trollers

In the last few days, Virat Kohli is becoming a victim of criticism on social media, defeat is not the only reason behind it. Actually, a few days ago, Virat Kohli talked about the right way to celebrate Diwali, on which he trolled.

Later when Virat Kohli defended his team member Mohammed Shami. Even then Virat Kohli targeted on social media. In such a situation, when the captain of the Indian team came under the trolls’ target, then people from many areas have come to his rescue.