Sachin Tendulkar tweeted that we should all make an effort to save nature © IANS
Sachin Tendulkar (above) tweeted that we should all make an effort to save nature © IANS

Batting legend Sachin Tendulkar has been constantly speaking on national and international issues since his retirement. He has immersed himself into voicing his opinion time and again. On Sunday, he tweeted for the World Environment Day (WED). June 5 is observed throughout the world as WED, striving to make this planet a better place to live in. Hoping, doing, and strengthening our resolve to do our bit for a greener earth is brought to the forefront. Tendulkar has urged in his tweet that we should all come together and channelise our efforts to save nature so that when we leave this world, we make sure that we leave behind a pollution-free world with lots of trees and fresh oxygen. ALSO READ: Tanmay Bhat, you better apologise to Sachin Tendulkar, Lata Mangeshkar!

It is always nice when celebrities particularly those who have a massive fan following speak on social issues which need attention. Since these celebs are followed by millions, they have the capability to bring massive change. Tendulkar asking to make this world a better place to live in is a welcome gesture from the legend. Earlier, Tendulkar had given a fitting tribute to Muhammad Ali, who passed away yesterday aged 74. Tendulkar tweeted that Ali was his childhood hero. He went on to say that it was his wish to meet the legendary boxer, but now his dream will never be realised. He added: RIP “The Greatest.” Tendulkar is a cricket legend and if he would have met the boxing great, the meeting would have remain etched into the hearts of many. Along with the tweet, Tendulkar had also shared the image of Ali in a black coat trying to box the camera with his left hand. ALSO READ: Sachin Tendulkar, Virat Kohli to celebrate World Environment Day by planting saplings

Environmental pollution is a big problem nowadays. Awareness and better education are the key to making the environment cleaner.