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After Yuvraj, Nahata made fun of Chahal, fans took remand on social media

Indore: Team India’s spinner Yuzvendra Chahal is once again in the news. Chahal recently came into limelight for his derogatory remarks made by former cricketer Yuvraj Singh, following which Yuvraj was also arrested. Now Nahata Coaching Academy of Indore has adopted a lousy method of making lewd jokes with the cricketer to get publicity.


In fact, Nahata Coaching Academy shared a post on its Instagram account in which it made fun of the Indian cricketer by using the picture of Yuzvendra Chahal and Hollywood actor Dwayne Johnson ‘The Rock’. Nahata has made lewd jokes about Yuzvendra’s physique. In this, Nahata has written ‘Accountant’ on Chahal’s picture and ‘Chartered Accountant’ on Johnson’s picture. Through this picture, Nahata has tried to humiliate Yuzvendra Chahal, who plays for the country. Let us know that Nahata provides coaching for Chartered Accountant course. But Chahal’s fans did not like this rude way of preaching Nahata.

Chahal’s fans have taken a dig at Nahata Academy while reacting to the comments. Prakhar1899 wrote, ‘I am a fan of Yuzvendra Chahal and like me many people in the country are his fans and you are making fun of the player playing for the country like this, what do you mean by such a post. Delete this post now and sorry.’ Another user wrote, ‘It is a matter of shame for our country. The one who presents our country at the international level is being ridiculed like this. You are not even ashamed.


Yuvraj also had to apologize:-

In 2020, Yuvraj Singh was talking on Instagram Live when Yuvraj used a word about Indian spinner Yuzvendra Chahal, which comes under the purview of casteist comments. A heated argument ensued after his statement came to light and an FIR was registered against him under sections of the SC-ST Act. He was arrested on 16 October at Hansi in Haryana’s Hisar district, though he was immediately released on bail. Yuvraj had also posted an apology on the matter on social media, in which he wrote, “I want to make it clear that I have never believed in any inequality regarding caste, colour, form and gender. I have given my life for the good. People and it continues to this day. I believe in the dignity and honor of life of every person without exception.”




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