Salute! Virender Sehwag posted pictures of Pulwama martyres children giving training training at his academy


Former Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag is known to be a role model both on and off the field. While he entertained cricket fans across the globe with his fearless batting approach during his playing days, Sehwag is also pretty active on social media – where he frequently shares his opinions on burning topics. Sehwag won many hearts on Wednesday when he shared a touching post on his account.

Sehwag took to Twitter to share a photograph where he described how two sons of Indian soldiers, who attained martyrdom in the Pulwama attack, were being trained at his school – Sehwag International School. “Son of Heroes! What a privilege to be able to have these two at @SehwagSchool and have the fortune to contribute to their lives. Batsman – Arpit Singh s/o Pulwama Shaheed Ram Vakeel & Bowler- Rahul Soreng s/o Pulwama Shaheed Vijay Soreng. Few things can beat this happiness!”

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Sehwag’s post on social media received appreciation from fans as they were left in awe of the 40-year-old’s gesture for kids of soldiers killed in Pulwama.

“Sir, so good to see what u r giving back to the society. Specially, our soldiers r never given their due credit. This is at least a step in the right direction forward,” a fan tweeted.