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A Pakistan cabinet minister celebrated India’s defeat to West Indies on March 31 in the second semi-final of World T20 2016 at Wankhede, Mumbai. Virat Kohli’s majestic innings went in vain as the Caribbean side led by the sublime batting performance of Lendl Simmons chased down the Indian total of 192 in their allotted 20 overs.

A plethora of reactions floated in on various social networking sites since Indian team’s World T20 exit on Thursday including Mohammad Zubair.

Mohammad Zubair is the Minister of State for Privatisation and the Chairman of the Privatisation Commission of Pakistan. The holder of MBA degree from the Institute of Business Administration (IBA). He also has done a doctorate in political economy from John Hopkins University by the seasoned politician has also served as the commerce Minister of Pakistan from 1996 to 1997.

On 31 March 2016, immediately after India’s World T20 exit, Mohammad Zubair tweeted some things which were in line with the Bangladeshi wicketkeeper-batsman, Mushfiqur Rahim’s train of thoughts.

Here is what the former Pakistani Finance Minister had to say regarding the Men in Blue’s semifinal defeat:

Previously, the 27-year-old Bangladeshi cricketer, Mushfiqur Rahim was criticized by Indian fans on social media sites following his respective tweets and Facebook posts which in a way taunted the Indian cricket team after their exit from the coveted tournament.

The Bangladeshi later had to put down his tweets and facebook posts, one of which featured a picture of himself in front of the television with the caption,  “Happiness is this… Now I can sleep much better… Windies u beauty!!!”