Former Pakistani fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar is constantly in controversy. At times, Shoaib continues to make controversial posts by downplaying the IPL and sometimes giving his opinion on the Kashmir issue. He made a tweet on Monday 16 March.
In this, he linked the coronavirus to Kashmir. After this, people started giving them a befitting reply. Shoaib has not yet removed this tweet from his account.
Shoaib wrote – Dear World, How is the Lockdown? Kashmir. He has wanted to tell from his tweet that as Kashmir closes, it is happening all over the world.
Shoaib keeps tweeting controversially on the Kashmir issue. On 12 August last year, while sharing a picture of a child, he wrote that we are on your side. Happy Eid. You define sacrifice. We pray for your freedom. After this, people had fiercely applied their class.
Around 160 countries of the world are affected by the coronavirus. About 6600 people have lost their lives. Around 1, 70 thousand people are infected. Despite this, Shoaib did not refrain from acting childish. People responded to this tweet.
Shoaib told a news channel that India is a great country. I never felt that he hated us or wanted any kind of war. I can claim that the path of India’s progress passes through Pakistan.
He also wished for the IPL. Shoaib said that due to coronavirus this tournament will also be affected, but I expect it to start early.