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India appears uncivilized after Pulwama attack uproar, says Afridi

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Pakistan’s former skipper Shahid Afridi backed premier Imran Khan’s official address on Pulwama terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir.

Afridi shared a small clip of 2.17 minutes from the Prime Minister Imran Khan’s speech– in which he has said that Pakistan had got nothing to gain from such [Pulwama Attack] incidents– and captioned the video, “Absolutely Crystal and Clear” and made it his pinned tweet.

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Also, while giving the interview to a local news channel he criticized the warmongering and hate spewing attitude of India towards Pakistan. He stated that India is not giving a good message internationally. The extremist attitude manifested by India is absolutely opposite to what they claim themselves a civilized and an educated nation.

A Pakistani journalist shared Shahid Afridi’s statement on his Twitter account. According to journalist’s statement, the cricketer denounced the IMG-Reliance pulling out of their commitment of televising the matches of the Pakistan Super League in the wake of the Pulwama attack. He stated that only in tough times the truth is revealed.

Earlier, Shahid Afridi has categorically given statements on the freedom of Kashmir on humanitarian grounds. He has condemned the atrocities of Indian forces in the Jammu and Kashmir for which he has received severe backlash from India several times.

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Despite harsh criticism from India, Shahid Afridi has reiterated to stick to his stance on Kashmir issue. He says he will continue to speak for the freedom of Kashmiri people.


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