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Amitabh Bachchan Slammed On Twitter For His So-Called Funny Tweet On Bat Entering His House

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Amitabh Bachchan Slammed On Twitter For His So-Called Funny Tweet On Bat Entering His House

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought the world on its knees as more than 2 lakh people have lost their lives while around 30 lakh have been confirmed as infected worldwide. It is being said that coronavirus has originated from the Wuhan province of China from a market where the meat of exotic animals is being sold. As per some reports, this virus has been transmitted from bats in humans and is contagious in nature.

As the bats are being held responsible for this virus, many people have started hating this animal which is not good for wildlife conservation. Recently, the legendary actor Amitabh Bachchan who is also pretty active on social media made a post on the micro-blogging site Twitter in which he told followers how a bat entered his house on the 3rd floor and then he was ousted after a lot of difficulty. In order to add some humour in his tweet, Big B also wrote that corona is no leaving them.

Here is what he tweeted, “T 3510 – Ladies and gentlemen of the Jury .. news of the hour .. BREAKING NEWS .. would you believe it ..A Bat , a चमगादर has come into my room .. in Jalsa .. on the 3rd floor .. in my Den .. badi mushkil se use bahar nikala .. Corona peecha chodh hi nahin raha  !!!”

Despite the fact that there was nothing serious in this tweet and Amitabh Bachchan was just trying to be a little funny, his tweet did not go well with many Twitter users and they asked him to be a little concerned towards bats. While one user asked Big B not to demonize bats, another netizen forwarded him a link which imparts knowledge about bats and also clears many myths regarding them.

This is how Twitter users expressed their displeasure over the tweet of Senior Bachchan:












If we talk about the condition of India in regard to the coronavirus pandemic, more than 850 have succumbed to the disease while around 27.5K have been found infected with it.

Stay at home and maintain social distancing to stay safe!

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