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Pakistan Doesn’t Need Kashmir; It Can’t Even Handle Its 4 Provinces – Shahid Afridi

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Shahid Afridi, who constantly makes it to the headline by taking up controversial topics has once again done it by saying,

“Pakistan Doesn’t Need Kashmir; It Can’t Even Handle Its 4 Provinces”

Read on more about how this statement was made by him and what he is saying right now.

 

Shahid Afridi And His Controversial Statements

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The remark was made by the International Cricketer Shahid Afridi regarding the Kashmir dispute as a lesson to Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan. In addition, He clearly stated that Pakistan demanding for Kashmir is useless because it fails in managing the four provinces it already has.

He stated these lines while speaking in London, UK, at a press conference. Shahid Afridi also added that people are dying in Kashmir and it pains to see it happen.

“Say Pakistan doesn’t need Kashmir, don’t give it to India as well, let Kashmir become a country. The people dying there should not die, humanity should stay alive. It pains to see people die there”

Though the terrorism in Kashmir and rest of India is being sponsored by Pakistan, he ignored those facts while making this statement. In addition, It is not the first time he is being involved in the Kashmir issue. Furthermore, He had earlier tweeted regarding the same saying…

“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?”

If you missed out on that Tweet, here’s the tweet.

However, he is now putting on several tweets stating that his words were misconstructed and portrayed in the wrong way on Twitter. Here are his tweets.

 

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What is your take on this? Do you think Shahid Afridi’s remarks are justifiable or just shallow comments? Let us know in the comments below. Moreover, he earlier tweeted PSL is better than IPL. Consequently, he got roasted on Twitter. Check out all about it here.

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