Rajnath Singh, right on the statement of Afridi, said, “Kashmir was India’s, and will remain”

NEW DELHI: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on the statement of former Pakistan cricketer Shahid Afridi said that he was right. They are not able to handle Pakistan. What Kashmir will handle Kashmir was part of India, and will remain.

Pakistan’s former cricketer Shahid Afridi has proposed that Pakistan-occupied Kashmir should be given “independence”, saying the country does not want the region as it cannot even manage its four provinces.

In a viral video of his address to students in London, Afridi, also known as “Boom Boom”, is heard saying that Pakistan is not interested in Kashmir and since the country is against giving it to India, the region should be given independence.

“I say Pakistan doesn’t want Kashmir. Don’t give it to India either. Let Kashmir be independent. At least humanity will be alive. Let people not die,” he said.

A video addressing students in London has been viral in which Afridi can be heard saying that Pakistan is not interested in Kashmir and its country is against giving it to India, hence the area should be given freedom.
They said, I say that Pakistan does not want Kashmir. Do not give it to India too. Free Kashmir, at least humanity will survive. Do not let people die. Former cricketer said, Pakistan should not have Kashmir It can not handle its four provinces alone. The greatest thing is humanity. People are dying there, which is tragic.

In 2016, Afridi came under attack in Pakistan for saying cricketers from his nation were loved more in India. “Shame on you,” said Javed Miandad, another former Pakistan cricketer.

As for the Kashmir conflict, Afridi has brought it up before. And in these cases, he probably didn’t win himself any new fans in India.

In 2016, he said people had travelled from Kashmir to support Pakistan in a cricket game in Mohali (This happened during a T20 World Cup). And in April this year, he decried an “appalling and worrisome situation,” in the region, which has long been a contentious issue in ties between New Delhi and Islamabad. He said innocents were being shot down by an “oppressive regime” to “clamp voice [sic] of self-determination and independence”.

When Afridi wondered why the UN wasn’t taking action, India’s Gautam Gambhir told the media to relax: In Afridi’s “retarded dictionary”, Gambhir said, UN meant under-ninteen.

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