Gautam Gambhir never fails to speak on ongoing debates; be it any national matter or be it some international one, Gambhir always shares his views with us on Twitter. Apart from just giving opinions, the cricketer also takes steps that will benefit the society.
He always keeps doing social work and wins our hearts with his good deeds. Recently, he has spoken about the ongoing National Anthem debate.
Yes, he has slammed all those people who are against standing up in theaters during National Anthem. After SC ruled out that it’s not compulsory to stand up for National Anthem, a debate sparked up on social media.
Giving a befitting reply to all those people who aren’t willing to stand up, Gautam Gambhir said,
Standin n waitin outsid a club:20 mins.Standin n waitin outsid favourite restaurant 30 mins.Standin for national anthem: 52 secs. Tough?
— Gautam Gambhir (@GautamGambhir) October 27, 2017
The tweet read, “Standin n waitin outsid a club:20 mins.Standin n waitin outsid favourite restaurant 30 mins.Standin for national anthem: 52 secs. Tough?”
His view is totally logical here. Sometimes, we wait for hours outside our favorite restaurant in case of heavy rush. So, can’t we afford to stand up for 52 seconds?
However, there were many people who disagreed;
It’s being imposed!
No one Compelled you to stand outside restaurant.
No one Compelled you to stand outside a club.
But National Anthem is being Imposed upon.
— Free World 🚩🍺🍻🥂 (@tarunkadian00) October 27, 2017
Standing outside the club: personal choice.
Standing outside fav restaurant: personal choice.
Standing for anthem : personal choice.
— Aadesh Chaudhary (@fightadeshfight) October 27, 2017
Someone compared to runs!
Scoring 97 easy scoring another 3 runs was tough ??
— Pun Of God (@Punofgod) October 27, 2017
Depends on person to person!
Guess it depends from person to person right ? Its like college students not listening to professors n ppl with laws… sometimes its
— Giri 1478 (@giri1478) October 27, 2017
One more hater!
We don’t think this debate will ever stop. What’s your opinion? Let us know.