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Harbhajan And Yuvraj Decide To Cut-off Ties With Afridi
By CricShots - May 18, 2020 11:23 am
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The veteran Indian spinner, Harbhajan Singh got so angry at Shahid Afridi as he called their friendship as unworthy, while Yuvraj Singh regretted his call for assistance to the Pakistani player’s charity, both the Indian cricketers have expressed disappointment at his anti-India comments.

Harbhajan Singh

Talking about Afridi’s controversial comments on Kashmir and PM Narendra Modi, Harbhajan said, “It was Afridi who requested me and Yuvi to do a video in support of his foundation as the spread of pandemic doesn’t see religion or borders. But then he would time and again make anti-India comments. I feel terrible that I even called him a friend. He is not a worthy human being who can be called a friend. I am done with calling Afridi a friend.”

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On the other hand, Yuvraj tweeted: “Really disappointed by @SAfridiOfficial’s comments on our Hon’b PM @narendramodi ji. As a responsible Indian who has played for the country, I will never accept such words. I made an appeal on your behest for the sake of humanity. But never again.”

When asked if supporting Afridi’s NGO was an error of judgment considering the sensitive nature of the Indo-Pak relationship, Harbhajan replied, “The intention was to support a good cause. But then I hear him make unsavory statements about my country. Here I try to support you despite being viciously trolled and then you show your class.”

Describing the effect of trolls, Harbhajan said, “No, I won’t say it affected me because these are people who don’t matter in my life. I don’t need to prove my love for my country. Yes, I understand one point.”

Meanwhile, another Indian cricketer Suresh Raina, who hails from Jammu and Kashmir, echoed Yuvraj and Harbhajan’s sentiments.

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Raina tweeted: “Gosh! What all a person must do to remain relevant! Even more so for a nation that is living on alms. So, better do something for your failed nation and leave #Kashmir alone. I am a proud Kashmiri and it is and will always remain an inalienable part of India. Jai Hind!”