Shahid Afridi s tweet endorsing Kashmir premier league separatist leader Yasin Malik prompted an appropriate response from Indian batsman Amit Mishra.
The former Pakistani all-rounder claimed on Twitter on May 25 that India was stifling protests against violations of human rights. He continued by saying that Yasin Malik was falsely accused. He also requested the UN to investigate the trials of the Kashmiri leaders.
Notably, in the case involving the sponsorship of terrorism, Malik had pleaded guilty to all charges. Including those brought under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA). On May 19, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) authorities were instructed to assess the Kashmiri separatist leader’s financial status in order to determine whether a fine should be levied.
Yasin Malik, a leader of the Kashmiri separatist movement who has been found guilty, has been called for the death punishment by the National Investigation Agency.
Your birthdate isn’t the only thing that’s deceptive, Amit Mishra tells Shahid Afridi.
Indians criticized Afridi for his remarks about the leader of the Kashmiri separatist movement. Afterwards Indian cricketer Amit Mishra tweeted about the issue as well.
Mishra made fun of the dispute surrounding Afridi’s age and claimed that nothing is deceptive like his date of birth.
Notably, Afridi revealed in 2019 that he was actually. Born in 1975 rather than 1980 as stated in the official ICC statistics. When he claimed in his book that he was 19 in 1996, the uncertainty grew.
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