Indian media accused of spreading Corona to Pakistan is foolish, Shahid Afridi
Former captain of the national team Shahid Afridi Criticise Kapil Dev, a former Indian captain, who opposes the Pak-India match proposal for the victims of Coronavirus. I have seen people in India picking food out of garbage due to poverty.
Shoaib Akhtar has suggested on his YouTube channel that the Pak-India series should be held to help those affected by the Coronavirus in Pakistan and India as the virus has caused huge damage and this series. it will also help financially.
However, Kapil Dev, former captain of the Indian team that won the 1983 World Cup, said: "We do not need to raise money because we have a lot and we need to support government action at the moment."
Kapil said that the Indian Cricket Board has already given Rs 51 crore in aid and can give more money if needed, the situation does not seem to be improving immediately and the purpose of organizing the cricket match The lives of the players are at stake and we do not have to risk our players.
Shahid Afridi criticized former Indian captain Kapil Dev while talking to journalists via video link from Kohat, saying that the Coronavirus is a common enemy and we need the alliance to defeat it.
"I support Shoaib Akhtar's suggestion, but the Modi government will never support Pakistan-India cricket, but I do not understand why Kapil Dev said that we should not need to raise funds with Pakistan," he said.
Shahid Afridi said that in times of crisis no one should speak like this, I have seen people in India picking food out of garbage and I think we should all face a common enemy like Corona. ۔
Shahid Afridi, who honored Pakistan's leadership at the 2011 World Cup, said it was "foolish" for Indian media to accuse Pakistan of spreading the Coronavirus.