Harbhajan Singh Angry Reaction on Massive Crowd at Mumbai Bandra During Lockdown – Thousands of Workers Gathered in Bandra, Mumbai, Anger, Harbhajan Singh, Said

Thousands of workers gathered in Bandra, Mumbai, angry over lockdown, Harbhajan Singh

Thousands of migrant workers gathered in Bandra, Mumbai on Tuesday to return home amid the ongoing shutdown in the country. The police then charged the police with dispersing the crowd. The demand of these workers was that they should be sent back to their homes. Seeing photos from the audience made Team India player Harbhajan Singh angry. He described the Bandra incident as shameful.

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Harbhajan Singh wrote on Twitter, “There is only one way to keep people inside and that is curfew. What happened in Bandra, Mumbai is unacceptable. People do not understand the situation at the moment. They endanger their lives and the lives of others. In the tweet, he tagged Prime Minister Modi Narendra Modi and Maharashtra Minister Aditya Thackeray.

Curfew is the only way to keep everyone inside … what happened in Bandra today is unacceptable .. people who do not understand the situation .. put their lives and many others in danger. @ narendramodi @ AUThackeray

– Harbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) April 14, 2020

Coronavirus Lockdown continues in the country due to the Corona crisis. The first phase of the lockdown was to end today, but in light of the growing case with Corona, it was extended to 3 May. PM Modi (PM Modi) announced this in his speech to the nation. Let me tell you that a large number of migrant workers hoping to end the lockdown and return home were gathered in Bandra (Bandra) in Mumbai. All these workers wanted to return to their homes. But in the meantime, there was a rush due to the increasing crowd and the police had to charge the lathis to bring it under control.

Aditya Thackeray, son of Minister and Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray of the Maharashtra government, also tweeted about the matter. Aditya Thackeray tweeted: ‘The current state of the Bandra station, or even riots in Surat, is a result of the central government not being able to arrange for migrant workers to return home. They do not want food or shelter, they want to go home again.