Former Pakistan cricketer Abdul Razzak made a bad analogy, quoting Aishwarya Rai

On November 12, former Pakistan cricketer Abdul Razak made a strange connection between Aishwarya Rai and the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) getting married. Razak attended the event at the Karachi Marriott Hotel along with former Pakistan cricketers who were part of the 2009 World Cup winning T20 team. He He joked By dragging Indian actress Aishwarya Rai for a completely uninvited statement, the PCB’s motives reflect the deep-seated Hindu hatred and misogyny prevalent in Pakistani society.

He said, “I am talking about their (PCB) intention here. As I played, I knew my captain Younis Khan’s aim was good. From that I took hope and courage and thanks to Allah, I was able to help Pakistan cricket. Right now, there is a lot of talk around the Pakistan team and the players’ performance in the World Cup. I don’t think we have any intention of polishing the players,” he said.

He added, “If you think I will marry Aishwarya (Rai) and have good virtuous children, it will never happen. So first you must correct your thoughts.”

Razak shared the stage with Shoaib Malik, who is married to Indian tennis star Sania Mirza. Other cricketers on stage were Shahid Afridi, Younis Khan, Misbah ul-Haq, Umar Gul, Saeed Ajmal and Kamran Akmal.

Those on stage and some in the audience clapped and laughed at this comment. However, many were confused by Razak’s gratuitous misogynistic and anti-Hindu remarks.

Even Pakistanis ridiculed him for this statement. X user Hamza from Pakistan said, “Never thought that a player like Abdul Razzak would reach such a low point in his career. Shameful.”

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X user, Sunil The Cricketer said, „Aishwarya Rai’s car driver looks better than Abdul Razak.”

X user Khabri Bhai wrote, “Pakistani cricket legend Abdul Razzaq shamelessly laughs at Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Shahid Afridi with their media – this shows the cheapness of Pakistani people and how their women are affected every day. in their country.”

BagTV founder and anchor Sana Ullah Khan criticized Razak for the statement and asserted that such comments would lead to retaliatory statements from India.

Pakistan Cricket Team has been eliminated from the ICC World Cup

In the ongoing ICC World Cup 2023, Pakistan Cricket Team will be expelled of the competition after humiliating defeats in the league games. Pakistan cricket team led by Babar Azam did not get a single win against strong teams.

Pakistan started their World Cup campaign with a win against the Netherlands on 6 October and then beat Sri Lanka on 10 October. However, the next match was against India on 14 October, where Pakistan was trounced by the Indian cricket team. With ten batsmen back to the pavilion, Pakistan were all out for 191 in 42.5 overs. India on the other hand chased down the score and won in just 30.3 overs.

At the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, not only the cricket team, but the fans as a whole broke the morale of the Pakistani team with loud chants of 'Jai Shri Ram’. Australia beat Pakistan by 62 runs in the next match on 20 October.

Pakistan received an unthinkable shock from Afghanistan on 23 October when they defeated Pakistan by eight wickets. South Africa beat Pakistan by one wicket. The only win came against Bangladesh on 31st October. The next two matches against New Zealand and England were lost by 201 and 93 runs respectively, adding salt to Pakistan’s wounds.

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Shameful Hindu hatred among Pakistani cricketers

Pakistani cricketers are known for their anti-Hindu statements. Former cricketer and former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan had said that he sees the cricket match against India not as an ordinary match but as Jihad. Former Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan G. Parthasarathy revealed that once a Pakistani journalist asked Imran Khan how he could bowl so well against India, he said, 'Whenever I play against India, I don’t. I think of it as a game, I think of Kashmir, I think of it as a Jihad.

Former cricketer Javed Miandat is known for his anti-Hindu and anti-India rumours. He has made countless statements against Prime Minister Modi, especially after the abrogation of Article 370 in Kashmir. Former cricketer Waqar Younis once praised Pakistan players for performing namaz on the field and it was done in front of Hindus.

In an interview to Indian channel Aaj Tak, Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar recently endorsed the two-nation theory that led to the partition of India. Speaking on a cricket program organized by the channel, Shoaib Akhtar said that he believed in the two-nation theory. He also gave his support to extremist ideology. In a news chat show, Shoaib Akhtar supported the Islamic supremacy fantasy of 'Qazwa-e-Hind’, saying that Islamic forces would conquer Kashmir and invade India.

Former Pakistan batsman Saeed Anwar is another cricketer who supported Islamic supremacy and treated non-Muslims with disdain. In a meeting, Anwar said that all non-Muslims would burn to ashes in hellfire and it was the duty of Muslims to save them by converting them to Islam.

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Another Pakistani cricketer Inzamam-ul-Haq, who served as the captain and chief selector of the Pakistan cricket team, spewed venom against non-Muslims. In an interview, Inzamam-ul-Haq warned that if Muslims start showing their Muslimness, no human being on earth will be a non-Muslim.

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