Former Pakistani opener’s shocking comments on Modi.. Calling ‘Saitan’..

Saeed Anwar, the opener of that team, who excelled as Pakistan’s opener in the 90s, made controversial comments targeting Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Addressed Modi as ‘Saitan’. Anwar made these comments in a mosque.

According to a video shared on Pakistan Untold’s Twitter account, Anwar addressed Modi and said, ‘No matter how many times you stop your speech when the Azaan (Muslim prayer) comes, you remain a Satan-possessed Hindu.’ This video has gone viral.

In the context of the Gujarat assembly elections, Modi was giving a speech in an election campaign when the azaan was heard in a nearby mosque. Then Modi stopped his speech for a while. During the election rally held in Baramulla district as part of Modi’s visit to Jammu and Kashmir last year, Amit Shah also stopped his speech when he heard the azaan from the mosque.


Modi and Shah have done this while respecting other religions. For doing this, both of them have received praise from the country as well as from other countries. But Anwar tried to find fault in it. Netizens are expressing their anger on Twitter that it is not good for Anwar, who became a religious leader after retiring from international cricket.

Others.. ‘When a cricketer named Anwar came to India, we admired his game. We were impressed with his performances. Now the same person is spewing hate speech against another country in his own country. If the world knows this, it can be understood about the common people…’ they are making comments.

Anwar played international cricket for Pakistan from 1989 to 2003. He played 55 Tests and 247 ODIs in his career. He scored 4,052 runs in Tests and 8,824 runs in ODIs. Anwar, who scored 20 centuries in ODIs, recorded the highest score against India with 194 runs. This was the highest score in international cricket until Sachin Tendulkar’s double century against South Africa in Gwalior.


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