Shahid Afridi Tweets Indian Occupied Kashmir, Got Slammed By Gambhir And Other Twitteratis

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Former Pakistani Cricketer Shahid Afridi is often in news. Sometimes due to good and other times due to bad reasons. This time he’s also in the news as he spoke on the Kashmir matter on microblogging site Twitter. And, Indians didn’t spare him with their reactions. Cricketers including Virat Kohli and Gautam Gambhir also corrected and answered him in their own style.

Shahid Afridi was writing against the recent blood-sheds in Kashmir. He wrote, “Appalling and worrisome situation ongoing in the Indian Occupied Kashmir.Innocents being shot down by oppressive regime to clamp voice of self-determination & independence.” Also, he questioned, “Wonder where is the @UN & other int bodies & why aren’t they making efforts to stop this bloodshed?”

And then, Indians were alert enough to notice that he mentioned Kashmir as ‘Indian Occupied Kashmir’. What was next? Indians didn’t take this insult and gave it back to him telling him to focus on his own country first. Many Indian cricketers including Gautam Gambhir and Virat Kohli replied back. Not only them, other Indians also replied to him, trolling him badly.


Gautam Gambhir’s Epic Response


Shahid Afridi Should Reply To This


He Showed Him The Reality


Film Critic Sumit Kadel’s Reply


We Guess This Person Is Right


True Indeed

What’s your reply to Afridi in this matter? Also, we all know its PoK and not IoK. So, Afridi should check his facts before writing on the social media. We Indians always appreciate the things which are right, irrespective of any person belongs to any country. Last time, Indians praised Shahid Afridi for his kindness, check here. But this time, he got wrong and slammed. Moreover, in the cricket world, the recent ball tampering incident was very much in news. The latest report on the issue is what Steve Smith’s father did to his kit bag. So,  Click here to read what Smith’s father did to his kit bag. It’s really a heart-breaking thing to see.