Vir Das jokes about Delhi’s IAS officer couple: ‘Saw a dog run 100m in Ladakh’

In his newest tweet, comic Vir Das has educated his weapons on the IAS officer who used to order athletes out of a Delhi stadium so he might stroll his dog. The officer has now been transferred to Ladakh, whereas his wife–also an IAS officer–has been transferred to Arunachal Pradesh. Vir tweeted about a dog operating 100 metres hinting on the incident however did not identify anyone particularly. (Also learn: Priyanka Chopra attends Vir Das’ present, calls him ‘brave’; he provides warmest reply)

Without naming anybody, Vir wrote on Friday, “Amazing. I was just out for a run in Ladakh. I saw a dog run 100 meters in record time. Really athletic. Not sure where the dog has been training, but very very impressive,” he tweeted. Many web customers responded to him and added to the joke. One of them wrote, “Was there a snobby looking couple with him? How did they allow you in the same space? Ladakh security not doing their job!”

A screenshot of Vir's tweet.
A screenshot of Vir’s tweet.

Another one commented, “It’s not the training, it’s the confusion! To be or not to be, at Ladakh or Arunachal! The initial training was only for few meters, but now the task is for cross country marathon. “

An Indian Express report had claimed that athletes have been being requested to go away the government-run Thyagraj stadium in by 6pm in order that IAS officer Sajeev Khirwar might stroll his dog there. Sanjeev’s spouse Rinku Dugga can also be an IAS officer. In a picture shared extensively on-line, the officer and his spouse and their dog could be seen on the monitor. Nobody else is seen in the picture. The officer informed the Express allegations in opposition to him have been ‘completely incorrect’.

Soon after the report got here out, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal ordered all stadiums in the nationwide capital to stay open until 10pm. Later, Sanjeev was transferred to Ladkah, whereas Rinku was trato Arunachal Pradesh.

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