Sachin Tendulkar Got Irritated On Seeing The Fake Accounts Of Sara & Arjun Tendulkar !!

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Celebrities such as actors and sports personalities who are working for India are very much active in social media platforms in order to let their fans know about the updates of their daily routine. Starting from Sachin Tendulkar to a player who played just one match, everyone having their own account in social media. This made fans of them to create an account of their own in social media to know about the activities of their favourite celebrities instantly.

But there are one kind of fans who creates social media accounts accounts of their favourite celebrities to gain more number of followers. Few celebrities are not having an account in any platform of social media but fake accounts of them do exist and we can see them posting their updates collected from sources like an official account.

Followed by many celebrities who got affected from this fake accounts issue, Sachin Tendulkar, the most popular cricketer in the world also happened to face such issue. The cricketer took his official twitter account to clarify on the matter regarding the Fake twitter accounts of his children Sarah and Arjun Tendulkar.

In his official twitter account, which enjoys more than 3 crore followers, Sachin wrote “I wish to clarify that my son Arjun & daughter Sara are not on Twitter. The account @jr_tendulkar is wrongfully impersonating Arjun and posting malicious tweets against personalities & institutions. Requesting @TwitterIndia to act on this as soon as possible.”

Check out his tweet below :

The account Sachin Tendulkar mentioning, earlier posted a tweet on the neglection of Sanju Samson from the national team. It blamed the selection committee and its leader MSK Prasad for selecting Rishab Pant and giving him multiple chances.

As soon as Sachin Tendulkar posted the tweet, the appropriate action has been taken against the fake account and it was suspended considering the violation of Twitter rules.

Arjun Tendulkar bowls left-arm medium pace and has represented Mumbai at the U-16 and U-19 level. The son of the legendary Indian batsman was selected for the Mumbai senior team for a pre-season tournament earlier this year.

Arjun also played for India U-19 in June 2018 for 2 4-day matches in Sri Lanka. Before being picked for the tour, the cricketer was part of a group of U-19 cricketers who underwent a month-long camp in Dharamsala.

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