New Delhi: After the abolition of Section 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, the cricketers, along with the leaders, are not shying away from threatening India. Every day, some of the Pakistani cricketers come out with some controversial statement on this. After Shahid Afridi, Shoaib Akhtar and Sarfraz Ahmed, the latest names in the episode are former Pakistan cricketer Javed Miandad. Javed Miandad has broken all limits and advocated attacking India.
Talking to a Pakistani channel, Javed Miandad described India as a cowardly country. When asked about the Kashmir issue, Miandad said, "If you have a licensed weapon, you should attack. These are the rules everywhere that you can kill in your defense. When his bodies go to their homes, they will be realized," Javed Miandad was asked what message he would give to India's PM Narendra Modi, saying, "I have already said, "I have already said, "India is a cowardly country."
What have they done so far? We have not kept the atomic bomb like that; we have kept it to run. We need a chance and we will clean up. Earlier, Shoaib Akhtar, Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed and Shahid Afridi have also made controversial statements on the Kashmir issue. "I pray to Allaah to help our Kashmiri brothers in this difficult time," Sarfraz Ahmed told the media.
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