Virat Kohli Invites Fans to Join Narendra Modi Government's Plastic Free India Initiative (Watch Video)
India cricket team captain Virat Kohli. (Photo Credits: Getty Images)

Indian Cricket Team skipper Virat Kohli has invited his fans to become a part of Eat Right India Movement, Sustainable Living and contribute towards Hon. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's initiative to make India plastic-free. In the video below, which is posted by Kohli, he has explained fans how to collect empty cans or any packaged foods packets or tetra packs in a carton box and meet him at 11 am, Sep 12, 2019, at MGF Metropolitan Mall in Gurugram. Virat Kohli And Anushka Sharma Soar Temperatures At An Undisclosed Beach And We Can't Keep Calm!

The aim to make India plastic-free is to reduce the pollution caused by it. Due to the accumulation of plastic water bottles, straws, bags we face many environmental issues. We either see a heap of plastic layers lying on the dumping ground, or beaches filled with it, to the worst even animal stomach are stored with plastics. In a city like Mumbai, the major cause of waterlogging during monsoon is plastic. Meanwhile, let us see below what Virat Kohli has to say on this.

Virat Kohli Urges Fans to Make India Plastic Free 

Virat Kohli recently had a successful tour of West Indies where his team defeated the home team in all three formats. Virat Kohli after winning two Test matches in a row against West Indies has now become the most successful Test captain in Indian history. He will now be seen in action against South Africa in a three-match T20I series which will start from Sep 15, 2019.