Salman Khan takes a dig at people violating the Covid-19 lockdown rules, calls them ‘Jokers’- watch video

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Coronavirus cases have been snowballing all over the world with deaths increasing by the day. While there have been strict rules during this lockdown, some people have been careless and irresponsible regardless. Awareness is vital in this time of crisis. Bollywood celebrities have been doing their best in creating as much awareness as possible through their social media. Recently, Bollywood actor Salman Khan made sure to point out these irresponsible people for their wrongdoings and made them realize that it can cost them their life.

Salman took to his Instagram to share a video of himself in which he pointed out the reasons why the lockdown has been extended and told people to co-operate with the medical professionals rather than making things worst. He said, “Agar aap bahar nahi nikal rahe hote apne dost aur yaaron ke saath, toh policewaale aapke putto pe danda nahi maar rahe hote (If you weren’t going out with friends, police wouldn’t hit your behinds with canes). Do you think the police is enjoying it?.” 

Salman also spoke about the time when people threw stones on doctors and nurses who were trying to help people with Coronavirus. “Those who have been diagnosed with coronavirus, are running away from the hospitals. Wah! Where are you running? Towards life or death?”, he added.

On the other hand, Salman recently showed the best example of Hindu-Muslim unity in the time of lockdown. Salman took to his Instagram to share an image of two individuals sitting at their homes in the balcony, praying during Covi-19 lockdown. One was Hindu and another was Muslim. The caption read, “Setting examples… #IndiaFightsCorona(sic)”

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Setting examples… #IndiaFightsCorona

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