Ravichandran Ashwin Took the Metro to Avoid Jallikattu Traffic in Chennai

Ravichandran Ashwin is the best bowler of Indian Cricket Team. On Monday the cricketer came to his hometown Chennai after being rested the ODI series against England. As we all know in Chennai, the Jallikattu protests are going on. So to avoid getting stuck in Jallikattu protests, Ashwin chose to travel safely to reach his home. After landing the Chennai airport, Ashwin took Metro from the airport to his home in West Wambalam; it is the area of the capital, Tamil Nadu. The 30-year-old Cricketer decided to go in the local metro.
The metro rail has proved to be helpful for office goers, and commuters on Monday as on the streets people have already protested in support of “Jallikattu.” When Ashwin was traveling in local metro few of the passengers took selfies with him before he reached his station at Ashok Nagar Metro station. Chennai airport police supported him for his safety.
Ashwin said, “It was great traveling with fellow Chennaiites on metro rail.” Ashwin told the daily news when his manager asked for security from the airport, “When my manager contacted the police for the safety, they offered support immediately. I want to thank the assistant commissioner of police Vijay Kumar and the CISF personnel (two escorts) for their timely help and the manner in which they made me feel comfortable”.

Ravichandran Ashwin took a selfie and posted on Tweeter.

V.Balaji Tweeted –

Last week, Ashwin tweeted for peaceful protests by public of Tamil Nadu in their effort to keep the holiness of their festival.

Not only Ravichandran Ashwin, but even Virendra Sehwag also said about the importance of peaceful protest by Chennaiites. Virendra Sehwag is much active on Social Media. Sehwag tweeted –

Even the other sports stars like Viswanathan Anand who is Chess world champion, he supported the cause of ‘Jallikattu.’

Meanwhile, Ravichandran Aswin is resting after three T20I series which was against England. Ashwin is with Ravindra Jadeja referring to the workload which they have to put in the five tests. They are scheduled to play four against Australia and one against Bangladesh.

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