New Delhi: Pakistan first busted BCCI and now the attack is being carried out on an Indian youth named Om Prakash Mishra. In fact, Pakistan Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry has said in a press conference that Om Prakash Mishra had sent a threatening mail to the wife of New Zealand batsman Martin Guptill by making a fake ID.
Chaudhry also claims that a fake ID named Hamza Afridi was formed to send threatening mail to the New Zealand team. Fawad Chaudhry said, "The mail was sent through a virtual private network (VPN) showing its location in Singapore. There was 13 more ID on the device, most of which contained Indian names.''
Pakistan minister @fawadchaudhry doing press conference why NZ cancel pak tour and they showing and blaming om prakash mishra (auntu ki ghanti boy) chek time 14sec to 17sec and 32sec to 34sec— Not jhon wick (@notjhonywick) September 22, 2021
Om Prakash Mishra's name has been trending on social media ever since Fawad Chaudhry made his statement. In 2017, Om Prakash Mishra made headlines on social media with the song "Bol Na Aunty Aaun Kya Ghanti Main Bajau Kya." Now that Pakistan has used his picture, a variety of memes are being made on him and it has a picture of Om Prakash Mishra.
And thus OM prakash mishra canceled New Zealand's tour of Pakistan. ???????? Martin guptill pic.twitter.com/g21yL0kX1U— ipl cricket ???? (@1ndiacricket) September 22, 2021
More importantly, some Pakistanis are believing and posting with all seriousness that the same young man who sang 'Bol Na Aunty Aaun Kya Ghanti Main Bajau Kya' has sent a threatening e-mail to Martin Guptill's wife. On September 17, the New Zealand team cancelled their tour of Pakistan just before the ODI match in Pakistan. The New Zealand team had taken this decision from a security point of view. It was reported that the New Zealand team refused to go to the field shortly before the toss and then it was reported that the tour was being cancelled.