Friday, February 9, 2018

How Sehwag tackles bouncers from PSU bank employees on Twitter

Virender Sehwag
FORMER dashing Indian opening batsman Virender Sehwag recently stirred a hornets’ nest not in any cricket field but in twitter. During the second one day international cricket match between India and South Africa the Maharaja of Multan said that field umpires were treating the Indian...
batsmen as PSU banks treat their customers.
“Umpires treating Indian batsmen like PSU Bank.. treat customers. Lunch ke baad aana (come after lunch),” he said in a tweet.
Sehwag’s tweet took a dig at field umpire’s decision of going for a lunch when the Indian team needed just two runs to win the game.
Many former and current bankers and others, however, took offence on Sehwag’s tweet and objected to the apparent generalisation. Many of them said they never treat customers as Sehwag alleged.
@virendersehwag
Umpires treating Indian batsmen like PSU Bank treat customers. Lunch ke baad aana #INDvSA
atul thakur
@atulthakur22
Sir....bura maan Gaya main....I alwez..alwezzzz. saw ur matches @ Mohali....nd I'm a PSU bank officer...nd have alwez treated customers to their expectations...πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
6:03 PM - Feb 4, 2018
@virendersehwag
Umpires treating Indian batsmen like PSU Bank treat customers. Lunch ke baad aana #INDvSA
reshmi aneesh
@reshmikarottu
I work in PSU bank. We never ask our customers to come after lunchtime.
@virendersehwag
You are also an exception. Apart from lunch most others also have the excuse of server kharaab, printer nahi chal raha. Unfortunately hasn’t changed in most sarkaari departments https://twitter.com/reshmikarottu/status/960358481642450945 …
Rakesh Dhar
@rakeshdhar
Every PSU Bank employee is an exception just for the fact that they work beyond their duty despite poor infrastructure, poor treatment by Govt. Despite public and police threat and despite cricket and tweeter stars.  Learn to respect other professions also, that will earn respect."
Batting first, South Africa were bundled out for a paltry 118 runs in just 32.2 overs. India were 117 runs for the loss of one wicket when empires decided to take lunch causing much uneasy among both the team members. India finally went on to win the match by 9 wickets.
India is currently leading the 6-match series 3-0.

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