Pakistani athlete Arshad Nadeem has denied any chat with anyone regarding PMLN leader Nawaz Sharif.
A few days ago, a Whatsapp chat meme regarding him went viral on social media. In the meme, the fake Whatsapp chat showed Arshad Nadeem praising Nawaz Sharif after his tremendous victory in Commonwealth Games 2022. As per the chat, Arshad Nadeem gave said he was able to execute a record-breaking throw despite being injured after taking inspiration from the struggles of Nawaz Sharif.
The WhatsApp chat meme went viral on social media and garnered mixed reviews. The viral meme prompted Arshad Nadeem to offer clarification from his authentic Twitter account. In his tweet, he mentioned no such conversation has taken place between him and anyone else. Nadeem called the news fake and asked his fans and followers to ignore such screenshots and report the accounts that spread such fake news.
He had earlier requested fans to report several fake Twitter profiles running in his name. The fake profiles are a threat to athletes and celebrities as fake news and comments are often attributed to them. Arshad Nadeem has requested people to follow his original Twitter account for updates.
ابھی دیکھا کہ یہ فیک واٹس ایپ والے میسجز بنا کے سوشل میڈیا پر پھیلائے جارہے ہیں۔ نوٹ فرمالیں کہ میری ایسی کوئی گفتگو کسی کے ساتھ کسی کے بھی بارے میں نہیں ہوئی۔ لہذا اس طرح کہ سب سکرین شاٹ اور فیک اکاؤنٹس کو مکمل مسترد کردیا کریں۔ شکریہ 🙏🏻 pic.twitter.com/DjG9kgWbK2
— Arshad Nadeem (@ArshadOlympian1) August 10, 2022
Arshad Nadeem has scripted history after he won a Gold Medal for Pakistan in the Javelin Throw at the Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham on Sunday.
Arshad Nadeem made the nation proud with his gold medal, second for Pakistan. Earlier weightlifter Nooh Butt won the gold medal for Pakistan in the CWG 2022. Nadeem’s win is not ordinary but has made and broken some records. Arshad Nadeem in his final throw became the first South Asian to cross the 90m barrier in Javelin Throw.
He is also the first Pakistani to win a gold medal in Javelin Throw for Pakistan in Commonwealth Games. Nadeem is also the first Pakistani to win a gold medal for Pakistan in track and field games in 60 years.
Nadeem achieved the feat with a critical shoulder and elbow injury. He came into the field without any professional coaching and mentoring. Nadeem even lacked basic facilities provided to any athlete by the government.