IPL franchise Chennai Super Kings‘ (CSK) team doctor Madhu Thottappillil has come forward and reacted to his suspension from his position. The health care professional sparked a massive outrage by posting an offensive tweet with regards to the death of the Indian soldiers at the border.
After more than five decades, the Indian Army and the Chinese soldiers indulged in a violent battle along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Laddakh. India lost more than 20 soldiers on Monday while their counterparts also suffered casualties of nearly 40 army men.
As news, developments, and further details began unfolding regarding the same, millions of tweets began pouring, showing respect for those who sacrificed their lives. However, the CSK team doctor Madhu Thottappillil took this chance by taking a jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi. His tweet was as “Just curious if the coffins will come back with a “PM Cares’ sticker on them?
CSK’s doctor renders an apology for his actions:
Thottappillil took to his official Twitter handle and issued an apology for the same. He said that two days ago, he Tweeted and deleted the same, realising the harshness. Nevertheless, by that time, the screenshots of the same began circulating amongst the social media channels.
The CSK medical specialist Madhu Thottappillil clarified by stating that it was never his intention to humiliate the efforts taken by our leader during such times of distress and uncertainty. He further said that he entirely respects the sacrifices done by their armed forces as well, fighting tooth and nail for the country.