ICC World Twenty20: Shahid Afridi could be in trouble with Pakistan law after comments on India fans
Shahid Afridi was today dragged to court for “committing treason” and “hurting sentiments” of Pakistanis, a day after his statement that the national cricket team was “loved more in India” than in Pakistan.A senior lawyer served a legal notice on the 36-year-old Pakistan cricket captain for his statement in India yesterday ahead of the World T20 tournament.”I have served a legal notice on Shahid Afridi and de facto chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board Najam Sethi for their love for India over Pakistan. I have also written to PCB Chairman Shahryar Khan to launch an inquiry into the statement of Afridi in India,” said advocate Azhar Saddique said while sharing the contents of the legal notice with PTI. (Shame on you: Javed Miandad slams Shahid Afridi for India love) “Afridi has let down the whole Pakistani nation for expressing more love for India than Pakistan. In fact he has committed treason. Now, who will ensure that Pakistani team will play against India in Kolkata in T20 match to win,” said Saddique. (ICC World T20: Pakistan star Shoaib Malik has no security fears in India)At a press conference in Kolkata, Afridi had said, “I’ve not enjoyed playing anywhere as much as I have in India. I am in the last stage of my career and I can say that the love I have got in India is something that I will always remember. We have not got this much love even from Pakistan. There are cricket-loving people here, much like in Pakistan. Overall, I’ve enjoyed a lot playing in India in my cricketing career”. (Shahid Afridi disagrees with Rohit Sharma’s views on Mohammad Amir)advertisementSaddique said Afridi’s insensitive statement has not only hurt the sentiments of Pakistani’s but also made his (Afridi) life vulnerable.”God forbid if Pakistan loses match against India, Afridi keeping in view his pro-India statement nobody here will forgive him ever,” he said, adding Afridi is neither an ambassador nor a diplomat and he made “uncalled for comments” which he should take back.”The PCB should investigate the role of Najam Sethi as he might have pushed Afridi to speak in favour of India. Sethi always advocates Indian cause,” he said.The notices have been sent to the residences of Afridi and Sethi.
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