May 27, 2020
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Harbhajan Singh and Mohammed Shami lashes Imran Khan for UN speech

Pakistan is on backfoot ever since Indian government revoked the article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir which has put pressure on Pakistani government to get the support of International community and force India to impose the law in the state. However, the Imran Khan governed country has failed to get the support of the Kashmir issue and Prime Minister Khan is facing the backlash from his countrymen.

Recently, Imran went to UN to speak on Kashmir but none of the country showed their support to them. Nothing seems to worked for him after which he spoke about a nuclear war with India. Digitalsporty understands that Nuclear war will have large scale devastation which can force the world leaders to hold talks with India and Pakistan and force Narendra Modi led government to impose article 370 back in Kashmir to stop a nuclear or a world war. However, this trick also didn’t work for him and he may have to think the other way to challenge India and a strong NDA government’s decision.

Harbhajan Singh and Mohammed Shami mocks Khan

After Prime Minister and former cricketer Imran Khan’s inflammatory speech at the United Nations, he is now being criticized everywhere. Khan was criticized after he once again gave India the jitters of war. Now Indian cricketers Mohammad Shami and Harbhajan Singh have also reprimanded Imran by taking a dig. Both the players have tweeted to talk about non-violence and peace with Imran Khan by tweeting on Gandhi Jayanti.

Mahatma Gandhi spent his life spreading the message of love, harmony and peace. @ImranKhanPTI from UN podium issued despicable threats and spoke of hatred. Pakistan needs a leader who talks development, jobs & economic growth, not war & harbouring terrorism #india,” Shami tweeted.

“At UNGA speech, there were indications for India of potential nuclear war. As a prominent sportsperson, Imran Khan’s choice of words ‘bloodbath’ ‘fight to the end’ will only increase hatred between the two nations. As a fellow sportsperson I expect him to promote peace,” Harbhajan tweeted.

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