New Delhi: Former Pakistani cricketer Shahid Afridi seems to be more vocal on the Kashmir issue. Afridi yesterday criticized the Indian government for wearing an army dress. He also targeted PM Modi fiercely. Actually, on the call of Pak PM Imran Khan, the government there organized a program called 'Kashmir Hour' on Friday. This step was taken in protest against the removal of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir by the Government of India.
Afridi attended this program and when he arrived, people welcomed him wholeheartedly. Addressing the people at an event held in Karachi, Afridi said that, "Pakistan stands with the government and the army in the Kashmir issue:". Afridi condemned PM Modi and said that "you and your supporters have badly damaged the image of India. There are some educated people in India who are talking about understanding. You need to hear them".
He further said that "when you will die you will be remembered as Hitler". Afridi said that relations between India and Pakistan were very good during the time of former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee's government. We used to go to each other's countries and people were happy. However, since you came to power, what you did in Gujarat and what you are doing in Kashmir is a sign of arrogance. We tried our best to improve India-Pakistan relations". He described himself as a soldier of the Pakistan Army.