On Tuesday, honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi took the boldest decision as he announced an all-India lockdown for the coming 21 days in order to contain the outspread of Coronavirus, which has brought the whole world on a standstill. The number of Coronavirus infected cases has been increasing rapidly and so far no proper solution has been found for the disease.
In India, 536 people have been reported to be tested positive of Coronavirus, leading to 10 deaths. The whole country is left in a state of panic and fear. In his address to the public, PM Modi has requested the citizens of the country to forget stepping out of the house or warned that the country will go back 21 years. He said:
“If we are not able to manage the upcoming 21 days (of nationwide complete lockdown), we will be pushed back 21 years,”
“Today India is at the stage where our actions today, will decide that to what extent we can bring down the impact of this disaster. This is the time to strengthen our resolve again and again,”
Just after the announcement of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, an old Tweet of Jofra Archer resurfaced on Twitter, which once again had a spooky resemblance with the current situation of India.
Well, besides his exceptional performances with the ball, Jofra Archer is known for his old tweets that keep resurfacing on Twitter because of their uncanny resemblance to the current situation and happenings in the world.
After PM Modi’s announcement, the Netizens dug up another old tweet of Jofra Archer which had a spooky resemblance with the current situation of India. As soon as the tweet emerged, netizens started hailing the bowler. Jofra had tweeted:
“3 weeks at home isn’t enough ?“
Here, check out the Tweet:
3 weeks at home isn’t enough
— Jofra Archer (@JofraArcher) October 23, 2017
Here, check out the hilarious reactions of twitterati on this:
— Silly Point (@FarziCricketer) March 24, 2020
Jofra bhai meri virginity kab khatm hogi??
— Wellu (@Wellutwt) March 24, 2020
Once again your prediction is true he is the grand son of nastrotomas
— ﾌ卂丨ㄥ乇尺 (@batsha1999) March 24, 2020