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Religion Not Mandatory To Feel Kashmir Agony, Shahid Afridi Says

Religion Not Mandatory To Feel Kashmir Agony, Shahid Afridi Says”

An angry Harbhajan Singh called Shahid Afridi unworthy of his friendship, while Yuvraj Singh regretted his call for assistance to the Pakistani player's charity, both former India players expressing disappointment at his anti-India comments.

Harbhajan and his former India teammate Yuvraj Singh had recently come under fire for the appeal they made for people to donate to the Shahid Afridi Foundation in its fight against coronavirus.

"But this man (Afridi) is talking ill about our country. In good faith, we did it for humanity and for the people suffering due to the coronavirus", said Harbhajan.

Not long back, Harbhajan faced flak from citizens for supporting Afridi's Foundation, which has been doing commendable charity work during the pandemic. He should have stayed within his limits but unfortunately keeps on talking rubbish about our country and our PM. "So we were very clear with the cause that we were promoting, which was simply to help those in crisis".

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"I was born in this country and will die in this country". But then I hear him make unsavoury statements about my country.

Speaking during a ration distribution ceremony in AJK's district Bagh, Bhatt said that the desire of Afridi to make Kashmir team part of the PSL "has become the voice of millions of Kashmiris". "But here is a person, who asked for support for a cause and then lectures us on our country speaks more about him than me".

"Modi deployed 7 lakh soldiers in Kashmir, same as the total strength of Pakistani forces", said Afridi.

Harbhajan also said that he would have "no relation or tie-up with Afridi from here on". I made an appeal on your behest for the sake of humanity. "Remember Bangladesh?" he added.

Earlier in the day, Harbhajan also slammed Afridi for his comments.



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