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Afridi tweet on Kashmir issue triggered 1.3 billion people of India

Afridi tweet on Kashmir issue triggered 1.3 billion people of India.

As soon as Afridi posted a tweet on social media against Indian brutalities in Kashmir, as a result, it triggered 1.3 billion people.The users of the neighbor country did not take it well and started abusing Shahid Khan Afridi.

The Shahid Khan Afridi posted a picture tweet with a caption reading: “Appalling and worrisome situation ongoing in the Indian Occupied Kashmir.Innocents being shot down by oppressive regime to clamp voice of self-determination & independence. Wonder where is the @UN & other int bodies & why aren’t they making efforts to stop this bloodshed?”

Afridi posted another tweet with the caption reading, “We respect all. And this is an example as a sportsman. But when it comes to human rights we expect the same for our innocent Kashmiris.”

Afridi's tweet

Afridi’s tweet also started a storm in the Indian media, which launched a campaign against the Pakistani cricketer Shahid Khan Afridi. Indian TV channels attacked Afridi, saying that his tweet in favour of Kashmiris is an of India.

Former Indian opener Gautam Gambhir also tried to fire back at Shahid Khan Afridi.

Gambhir said Afridi must have meant ‘Under Nineteen’ which he suggested was ‘his age bracket’ and mocked him for celebrating off a no-ball.

In addition, Jadeja not only called Afridi ‘beta’ but also claimed that  the latter’s whole country was ‘Pak occupied India’

Meanwhile, DG ISPR Maj-Gen Asif Ghafoor tweeted from his personal account.

DG ISPR gave a befitting response to the Indian media’s who was criticising Pakistani star Shahid Khan Afridi.

Furthermore, He showed Gautam right way.

DG ISPR Tweet

After these tweets from DG ISPR, Indian media tried to show that Afridi is an ISI agent and he is working for Pakistan Secret Agency(ISI).

Around 15 Kashmiris have lost their lives due to brutalities of the Indian forces in the occupied Kashmir in a course of 3 days.

While answering the question, the UN chief’s spokesperson Stephane Dujarric said, “Civilians have to be protected wherever they are, whether it is in Gaza, whether it is in Jammu and Kashmir, whether it is in Yemen; it is a basic principle.

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