Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli (Credits - Getty)

On other night, the Indian Air Force attacked terrorists, who took their base in Pakistan. Meanwhile, the skipper of the Indian National Cricket Team Virat Kohli posts a picture asking ”How is the josh?” In between, he added a picture of him with his teammates, who are practising f0r the upcoming second T20I tonight at Bengaluru.

After a horrible attack on Indian soldiers at Pulawama, the Indian Air Force gave a perfect reply by showing their strength. They performed air strikes on the Terrorists, who were camped at Balakot.

The air strikes by IAF have been carried out 12 days after a JeM suicide bomber targeted a CRPF convoy on Srinagar-Jammu highway. It took place in Pulwama of south Kashmir. At least 40 CRPF jawans lost their lives in the brutal attack.

Pulawama attack, Surgical Strike 2, Cricket Fraternity, Suresh Raina
Credits – Twitter

According to news agency ANI, IAF’s 12 Mirage 2000 fighter jets dropped over 1,000 kg laser-guided bombs on at least three JeM terror camps in PoK. Initial reports say that around 300 terrorists have been killed in the strike.

Meanwhile, the Indian skipper posts a picture of the team practising in the net sessions. He asked ”How is the Josh?” after posting the picture on Facebook. However, he was also smart in tagging ”IndiavsAustralia” to it.

How's the Josh? ⚡ #INDvAUS

Posted by Virat Kohli on Tuesday, February 26, 2019


Currently, Virat Kohli is tasked to lead Indian National Cricket Team against Australia in T20I and ODI formats of the game. The first game of the series hasn’t gone down well. They lost the game in the last ball at Visakhapatnam. In the next assignment, Kohli can be seen leading the troop in 2nd T20I game at Bengaluru.

Indians would like to give everything for the second game at M Chinnaswamy Stadium with the series at stake. Meanwhile, the stadium will welcome Virat Kohli with loud cheers. The state people owned him like any other after taking the captaincy for Royal Challengers Bangalore.

The Indian skipper will also be seen leading the Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in IPL 2019. RCB will play the tournament opener with CSK at the Chepauk Stadium on March 23.

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