Be Careful If You Have Trolled Shubman Gill’s Sister, Women’s Commission Will Take Big Action, Check The Full Report

RCB’s journey in this IPL ended with a defeat against Gujarat Titans. All Thanks to a brilliant century innings by young opener Shubman Gill. Gill played the knock 104 runs, helped his team win the last league match against RCB, and once again broke the dream of RCB’s players to lift the IPL trophy. 

Mumbai Indians benefited from Gujarat’s victory. Mumbai qualified for the playoffs, while RCB was out of the race. As soon as RCB was out of the playoff race, people on social media targeted Shubman Gill and his sister. RCB’s fans showed ridiculous behavior and used abusive words against Shubhman Gill and his sister. 

These disgusting people, who called themselves fans of RCB, started venting their anger on Gill and his sister Shahneel Gill through social media. Delhi Commission for Women Chairperson Swati Maliwal has said that those who use abusive words will not be spared, and action will be taken against them.

Swati Maliwal tweeted, “Extremely shameful to see trollers abusing ShubhmanGill’s sister just because the team they follow lost a match. Previously we had initiated action against people abusing Virat Kohli‘s daughter. DCW will take action against all those who have abused Gill’s sister as well. This shall not be tolerated!”

Shubman Gill scored an unbeaten 104 off 52 balls, including 5 fours and 8 sixes. During this, he scored runs at a strike rate of 200. Gill was adjudged Player of the Match for his brilliant innings.

Shubman Gill is performing brilliantly in this season of IPL. His team Gujarat Titans became the first team to make it to the playoffs in IPL 2023. Gill played an essential role in the success of Gujarat, who scored 680 runs in 14 matches. He has scored 2 centuries and 4 half-centuries. He is the strong contender in the Orange Cap race.

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