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Kapil Dev speaks on Virat Kohli’s paternity leave amid Oz tour l #HTLS2020

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Kapil Dev speaks on Virat Kohli’s paternity leave amid Oz tour l #HTLS2020

Kapil Dev speaks on Virat Kohli’s paternity leave amid Oz tour l #HTLS2020

Former Indian cricket captain Kapil Dev spoke on how players can now afford paternity leave.

Speaking at the 18th Edition of the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit 2020, Dev said he is happy that things have changed in cricket now.

Taking current Indian captain Virat Kohli’s example, Dev said he is happy that Virat can miss 2-3 days to visit family.

Dev recalled how former Indian cricketer Sunil Gavaskar was unable to see his son back when they were playing for India.

Watch the full video for all the details.


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