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Afridi’s Inappropriate Comments On PM Modi, Gambhir Fires

Former Team India cricketer and BJP MP Gautam Gambhir Fires On Afridi, the former Pakistan cricketer, who has made serious remarks against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He has given a stern counter to Pakistan’s begging for Kashmir for the past 70 years. Already, the two have reportedly attacked each other several times.

As everybody knows Afridi is providing essential supplies through his foundation for the suffering due to corona. Then, It was in this backdrop that the former skipper of Pakistan traveled to occupied Kashmir and spoke to the locals, expressing his hatred of India. Also, A video related to it appear. Where Afridi was talking about Modi and has made inappropriate remarks against the Government of India. This has to be considered as the abolition of Article 370.

Gambhir, angry at the video of Afridi’s inappropriate comments, took to the Twitter platform. Gambhir said that Afridi is a 16-year-old child. Such a country has been begging for Kashmir for the past 70 years. Jokers like Afridi, Imran Khan, and Bajwa are fooling the Pakistani people by poisoning India and Modi. But Kashmir does not belong to Pakistan until Judgment Day. Gambhir tweeted indirectly referring to the 1971 war.

Gambhir Fires On Afridi.

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