Matthew Hayden lashed out at those who criticized India fighting Corona(COVID-19), said - this country deserves respect, not criticism

Matthew Hayden lashed out at those who criticized India fighting Corona(COVID-19), said – this country deserves respect, not criticism

India is currently facing the second wave of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in which many people have lost their lives and millions of people are getting infected every day.

Matthew Hayden Lashed Out

India is currently facing the second wave of Coronavirus. This time there is more destruction than the first wave. Millions of people are getting infected every day, while many have lost their lives. India has never faced such a situation before. In such a situation, many countries have come forward to help India, while many are blaming the government for the deteriorating conditions in India. Meanwhile, Australian cricketer Matthew Hayden targeted those who criticized India and said that it is not easy to manage a country with such a large population.

Matthew Hayden wrote in a newspaper column, ‘India is facing the second wave of Corona (COVID-19) epidemic at the moment, it is so dangerous as never before. While India is fighting a war against it, the media is not behind in criticizing this country of 1.4 billion population, whereas it is not easy to implement any scheme in such a country with such a population.

Matthew Hayden lashed out at those who criticized India fighting Corona(COVID-19), said - this country deserves respect, not criticism

Matthew Hayden told India its spiritual home

Hayden said that he has been coming to India for years and considers Tamil Nadu as his spiritual home. He said that he understands this country, so he has confidence in the leaders and officials of the country. He said, ‘I have been coming to India for more than a decade and have traveled all over the country, especially Tamil Nadu which is my spiritual home. I have heartfelt respect for the leaders and public officials here because they run such a large country with such diversity.

He further wrote, ‘Whenever I went there people gave me a lot of love and belongingness, for which I will always be their debtor. I can proudly say that I know India to such an extent that I can understand their pain but some people have hardly spent time there and understood that country but are not behind in criticizing at the moment. In the column, he wrote, ‘As a cricketer, due to the love of this game, I came to India to participate in the IPL. Many of my countrymen have been playing in the IPL for years. At a time when people are closing the doors for India and criticizing the government, I wanted to put forward my views while living in India, which people sitting miles away would not know. ‘

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