Surgical Strike leaves Pakistani cricketer Javed Miandad fuming
New Delhi: Adding fuel to fire, former Pakistani cricketer Javed Miandad has come out with an acerbic comment on India’s successful surgical operation in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK).
Miandad , in rather unsavoury remark on Indian Army and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, made during an interview on a Pakistan news channel, said that there was no surgical strike and the claims by India in this regard were wrong.
What Miandad said?
- India gets scared easily.
- India people have still not forgotten my match winning six that I had hit years ago.
- Indian Army shows that it is very strong but the reality is different. They even do not have enough men.
- Modi has no clue whom he is threatening.
- Every Pakistan child ready for martyrdom while fighting against India.
Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) chief Anurag Thakur, in a befitting reply to Miandad, said that the latter is still in shock owing to the failure of Pakistan both on the Cricket and battlefield.
“Pakistan is still not over the trauma inflicted by India in the wars of 1965, 1971 and Kargil. Same with Miandad, who also remains to be in shock for not being able to beat India even once in World Cup history. If needed, India will make Pakistan bite the dust again, whether it is in the battle field or cricket field,” Thakur said.
On September 29, Indian Army had killed more than 30 terrorists entering PoK.
Significantly, the daughter of Miandad is married to Dawood Ibrahim's son.
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