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Harsha Bhogle: Cricket commentator Harsha Bhogle Gives Befitting Reply to Australian journalist On my India is not broken | Harsha Bhogle replied to the trolling Australian journalist – My India is not broken, full of passionate youth

Harsha Bhogle wrote on the citizenship law – the youth is trying to tell us what it wants to be
The Australian journalist had said – their India is broken and no government is constantly being compared to the Nazis.

Dainik BhaskarDec 26, 2019, 06:07 PM IST Sports Desk. Cricket commentator Harsha Bhogle has given a befitting reply to Denise Freedman, an Australian journalist who questioned India's integrity regarding the Citizenship Amendment Act. Harsha wrote, "My India is not broken, it is full of passionate youth, who are doing great things." We are a mature democracy. We may have a different view on some issues, but we are all Indians. The word you (Denise) used for comparison is not in any way. "

No Dennis, my India is not broken. It is full of vibrant young people doing amazing things too. We are a fully functional, mature democracy. We might voice our dissent, our disappointment at times but we are fiercely Indian. That word you used in comparison ….. never. https://t.co/2rTmEJs4dX
– Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) December 25, 2019
The Australian journalist wrote on Harsha's Facebook post regarding the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), "I can praise (Harsha) for this." Their India is broken. The leader or government of no other country is constantly being compared to the Nazis. All of us should become Harsha except Gautam Gambhir on this matter. Gambhir became a part of that party. "

Harsha Bhogle posted Facebook on violence related to citizenship law
Harsha shared a post on Facebook. In it he wrote, "I think young India is saying something to us. He is trying to tell us what he wants to be and what not to be. I have been optimistic about this for the last several years. This is also the reason. My generation grew up in an India that felt the effects of being robbed by colonial England. The generation of my parents not only lacked resources, but the atmosphere at that time weakened their confidence. We were lucky, but we still didn't know what we were capable of. "

A user wrote on this post, Harsha disappointed with your post. Looks like you didn't see the facts to think. Just by searching on Google you came to know what is happening in the country regarding education, infrastructure. The new law is not distributed to anyone. Another user wrote, I already had respect for you. But after this answer, your honor increased. Explain that Dennis has a special connection with Pakistan cricket. He mostly posts on social media in support of Pakistan cricket.

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