Former Indian cricket opener Virender Sehwag had quite the reputation to blast bowlers on the field back in the day. Also Known as ‘Viru’ among fans, he is also known for his quirky and witty tweets and his large following on social media platforms.Also Read - IPL 2021: Virender Sehwag on Why Mayank Agarwal Could be Blamed After PBKS Lose to RR
Recently, Sehwag took to Twitter to question primary school books publishing authorities over the content on the text. In his tweet, he raised his concern about the content published on the topic of ‘A large family’. He posted a picture of the part of the text he was referring to, wherein the primary school students are educated that large families cant remain happy- a rather strong and controversial statement on a primary school text. Also Read - Viral Video: Muslim Man Sings The Iconic Mahabharata Title Song, People Say 'This is Real India' | Watch
The part of the text he was referring to read- ‘A large family consists of parents, grandparents and many children. A large family cannot remain a happy family.’ Also Read - Shubman Gill Has More Ability Than Several Greats of Game: Virender Sehwag
Highlighting these lines, Sehwag wrote in his tweet, ‘A lot of such crap on textbooks, clearly authorities deciding and reviewing content are not doing their homework’.
Many of his followers reacted to his tweet agreeing with his stance on the content of primary school books.