Pakistan should handle own provinces before concerning for Kashmir: Shahid
11/15/2018
Sports/ News Measurements Network
01:00
Pakistan's all-rounder Shahid Afridi has given a big statement saying that Pakistan should not worry about Kashmir. He has said that Pakistan is not able to properly protect its four provinces and what will be of interest to Kashmir. Afridi said that Pakistan should first take care of its country and people and then worry about Kashmir. In fact, a video of Afridi has become viral in which he is saying that Pakistan should not want Kashmir, but India should not be given Kashmir and it should be allowed to become a separate country.
 
Afridi said that humanity should be alive in Kashmir, those who are dying should not be there. Let Kashmir be in its own right. He said that people are of any religion, if they die, it is a problem.
 
Afridi has already been involved in controversy by giving a statement on Kashmir before. In April this year, he had written in a tweet that innocent people who have raised the voice of freedom in India-occupied Kashmir are killed by oppressive rule. I am surprised that where the United Nations and other international organizations are.
 

 

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