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Gautam Gambhir Tears Into Pakistan’s PM Imran Khan For Interfering In India’s Internal Matter

Gautam Gambhir Tears Into Pakistan’s PM Imran Khan For Interfering In India’s Internal Matter: The ongoing violence and protests happening in the capital of India have left the world talking about it. Former Pakistani cricketer and the current Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan recently took to his social media and condemned the recent violence that took place in Delhi.

Imran Khan retweeted a post of Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who had urged the government of India to ‘confront extremist Hindus and their parties’. Retweeting Khamenei’s tweet, Imran Khan insulted PM Modi and his government as he thanked Khamenei for taking a stand on “Modi’s racist Hindu government” and called the whole scenario as “massacre of Muslims in India”. Imran Khan wrote:

I want to thank Supreme Leader Khamenei, & President Erdogan, for speaking against the oppression & massacre of Muslims in India & Kashmiris in IOJK by the Hindu Supremacist Modi regime.”

Here, check out his Tweet:

The tweet soon went viral and obviously it didn’t go down well with the Indian citizens. However, one Tweet that caught everyone’s attention was from the cricketer turned politician Gautam Gambhir, who slammed Imran Khan for his tweet.

In his Tweet, Gautam Gambhir shared the screenshot of Imran Khan’s tweet and gave it back to Imran Khan in the most savage way. He asked the Prime Minister to stop giving lectures to a ‘democratic republic’ like India. Further, Gautam Gambhir asked the Prime Minister of Pakistan to focus on saving his countrymen from the bruta*lity of his Lord Bajwa. He wrote:

The head of a terrorist state @ImranKhanPTI is giving lectures to a democratic republic. Save your people from the br*tality of your Lord Bajwa and keep your views to yourself!
You can secure ‘donations’ for your country in other ways too!
Jai Hind 🇮🇳”

Here, check out his Tweet:

 

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