Vinod Kambli slams Javed Miandad for his ‘India is unsafe’ comment

After Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan and his asinine coterie, the country’s sportspersons too have recently started showing extreme interest in India and its internal matters. After the overdramatic response against the Indian government’s decision to revoke the special autonomous status of Jammu and Kashmir, their theatrics has now shifted over to the Citizenship Amendment Act.

In a video posted on Pakistani sports website PakPassion.net, former Pakistan cricket captain and a close relative of underworld kingpin Dawood Ibrahim, Javed Miandad made an appeal to the International Cricket Council (ICC) for asking other member nations to stop touring and playing cricket in India, echoing the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ehsan Mani’s recent statements about Pakistan being far more safer than India.

Now responding to Miandad’s redundant theatrics, India’s former cricketer Vinod Kambli had said that Miandad’s habit of poking in others’ issues hasn’t yet gone.

Lambasting at Miandad on Twitter, Kambli reminded the Pakistani player that India has always provided the best security to the visiting teams, and perhaps he should find out which countries want to tour the terror-ravaged nation.

Kambli tweeted, “Miandad apki ungli karneki aadat gayi nai. Abhi retirement ke baad bhi chalu hai. Our country is safe. We have provided the best security to every touring nation coming to India. U should focus on checking which other country wants to tour Pakistan! @PakPassion ye dikha dena Javed Bhai”

Like many other radical Pakistani celebrities, Miandad has also been known in the past for many of his anti-India tirades. Recently, in a video which had gone viral on social media, the former Pakistani cricketer Javed Miandad was seen spewing venom against India. In the video, he was seen brandishing a sword and calling for a Jihad as he claimed to show solidarity with Kashmiris.

Source : OpIndia

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