India cricketer Harbhajan Singh, who faced flak for supporting Shahid Afridi’s Foundation for doing charity work during the coronavirus pandemic, hit back at trolls on Thursday on Twitter by saying there is no religion over humanity. He also said that is better to spread love during difficult times. Also Read - Indian Boxing Team Doctor Tests Positive For COVID-19

“No religion, no cast, only humanity..that’s what it is.. stay safe stay home..spread love not hate or virus.. let’s pray for every single one.. May waheguru bless us all,” Harbhajan tweeted. Also Read - Iran Reports 2,349 New Coronavirus Cases; Total Tally at 259,652

Like Harbhajan, former India cricketer Yuvraj Singh also found himself in the firing line after, he too lend his support to the Afridi Foundation and urged others to step forward and contribute. The left-handed Yuvraj also hit back at trolls on Wednesday.

“I really don’t understand how a message to help the most vulnerable gets blown out of proportion. All I tried to achieve via that message was to help people in our respective countries by providing healthcare, my intention was not to hurt anyone’s feelings. I am an Indian and I will always bleed blue and will always stand for humanity,” wrote Yuvraj on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, a 21-day lockdown has been clamped in India to not allow the deadly virus to spread.

Celebrities across the fields are doing their bit by contributing to the PM Relief Fund and helping other civic bodies in fighting the spread of the coronavirus in the country.

While Akshay Kumar has contributed a sum of Rs 25 crore to the PM Relief Fund, Salman Khan is helping 25,000 industry wage workers by directly putting money in their bank accounts.