Article 370: Gambhir hits out at Afridi

The war between India’s Gautam Gambhir and Pakistan’s Shahid Afridi is not stopping anytime soon. It all started when Afridi and Gambhir had a serious altercation during an India Pakistan match in the year 2007. After this heated war of words, their relation turned from bad to worse.

Article 370: Gambhir hits out at Afridi
Gambhir hits out at Afridi

Previously in the year, in his autobiography, Shahid Afridi had claimed that Gautam Gambhir had a lot of attitude and no personality at all and to which Gambhir replied to this by offering him a visit to the psychiatrist.

However, very recently, things got even worse between the two over Article 370. In case you didn’t know, India experienced significant changes on August 5 (Monday) with the government terminating article 370 of the Indian Institution.

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This gave Jammu and Kashmir special rights and barred netizens from the rest of India from buying land in the Northernmost state.

Shahid Afridi launched a scathing attack on the Indian Government to withdraw the special status for Jammu and Kashmir and had claimed that human rights were being breached in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir.

Afridi termed the move as an ‘unprovoked aggression’ and had also urged United Nations to step in.

“Kashmiris must be given their due rights as per #UN resolution. The rights of Freedom like all of us. Why was @UN
created & why is it sleeping? The unprovoked aggression & crimes being committed in Kashmir against #Humanity must be noted. The @POTUS must play his role to mediate,” Afridi tweeted.

Replying to Shahid Afridi, Gautam Gambhir slammed him over his comments on Article 370.

“@SAfridiOfficial is spot on guys. There is “unprovoked aggression”, there r “crimes against humanity”. He shud be lauded 👏 for bringing this up. Only thing is he forgot to mention that all this is happening in “Pakistan Occupied Kashmir”. Don’t worry, will sort it out son!!!,” the cricketer-turned-politician wrote on Twitter.

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