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Indians trolled by Australian journalist over Afridi’s tweet

Shahid Afridi has been trending lately following his tweet where he voiced his support for the people of Occupied Kashmir.

The tweet in question had gone viral and had attracted a lot of anger from the Indian media. The former Pakistani captain had received uncountable support from both his fans in Pakistan and Kashmir.

But now it has attracted the interest of Dennis Freedman, a popular cricket journalist hailing from Australia who is quite a sensation within Pakistan as he never misses an opportunity to take a dig at Indian cricket fans on social media.

He tweeted saying, “The amount of grief that Afridi causes India with bat, ball and tweets is unparalleled.”

While his tweet was much liked and appreciated by Lala’s fans the Twitterati from across the border did not shy away from showing their anger and disagreement against Freedman.

It all started when Afridi tweeted on Tuesday saying the situation was appalling and worrisome in Indian-occupied Kashmir.

Read more: Gambhir roasted for getting personal with Afridi over Kashmir tweet

Responding to the backlash he faced by the Indian media and cricketer Gautam Gambhir, Afridi posted a photo with his Indian fans stating that “everyone is entitled to respect but when it comes to human rights we expect the same for our innocent Kashmiris”.

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