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Shahid Afridi Said Kashmir Belongs To Pakistan And Got Trolled Badly By Indians

Former Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi has found himself at the receiving end of trolling and criticism after he shared a video of himself talking about Kashmir. Known for making anti-India statements, former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi has once again expressed his views on Kashmir.

For the unversed, Kashmir has always been a matter of dispute between both countries. There have always been political tensions between India and Pakistan regarding POK ever since the subsequent partition. The dispute has also affected cricket.

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The Pakistan cricketer has retired from international cricket but he often tries to grab the spotlight by making controversial and political statements on the Kashmir dispute. Lately, a video of himself has been going viral on the internet where he once again tried his cheap stunt by calling India’s Kashmir as his own.

Well, in a video that has gone viral on the internet, all-rounder Afridi can be seen calling himself Pakistan and Kashmir.

Here, watch the video:

This is not the first time that the former Pakistan all-rounder has raised the issue of Kashmir. Time and again, he has stirred controversies with his statements on Kashmir. In fact, he had been involved in a number of Twitter wars with Indian cricketers and fans.

Meanwhile, the video of Shahid Afridi has been going crazily viral on the internet and has left Indian fans angry. The Indian fans are trolling the Pakistani all-rounder left, right, and center for his controversial statement on Kashmir.

Here, check out how Indians are trolling him:

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Unnati Madan

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