Joginder Sharma
Joginder Sharma at ICC World T20 2007. Credits: Twitter

The man behind India’s maiden ever T20 World Cup title, Joginder Sharma has joined the fight against coronavirus pandemic.

These days, the whole world is fighting a war against the coronavirus. The deadly virus has spread to every corner of the world against which people are struggling with fear.

In the atmosphere of fear, these days, police personnel along with doctors are making a huge contribution for people all across the country.

Joginder Sharma
Joginder Sharma Credits: Twitter

While doctors are treating the patients, on the other hand, police personnel are preventing people from going out on the streets in a completely locked-down India to protect themselves and society.

Joginder Sharma Joins The Battle Against Coronavirus

Joginder Sharma joined the Haryana Police after retiring from his cricket career where he holds the rank of a DSP. He is doing his duty on the streets when the entire countrymen stay inside their homes amid the coronavirus scare.  Joginder Sharma, being a policeman, is also helping in spreading the awareness of Corona on the streets.

Major Cricketing Events Come To A Hold After Coronavirus

Richest Team of IPL
Photo Credit: BCCI/IPL. 

Recently, the IPL 2020 was postponed till April 15 due to the coronavirus outbreak. To the disappointment of the cricket fans, the India-South Africa ODI series has also been called off.

Apart from it, the Road Safety World Series has also been suspended. The Pakistan Super League (PSL) suffered the same fate as it was postponed just before the knockouts.

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