Former captain Moin Khan backs Shahid Afridi’s stance on Kashmir

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Former Pakistan Captain Backs Shahid Afridi on Kashmir Issue 

Former Pakistan Captain Backs Shahid Afridi on Kashmir Issue
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Former Pakistan skipper, Moin Khan has backed Shahid Afridi for his stance on Kashmir, clearing their stand on Kashmir.

He also said they would stand against violence wherever it is.

In a recent interview, Moin jumped in support of Afridi admitting they are against any violence.

If Indians are saying something else, I don’t know why they are saying this, because if we talked about humanity keeping Muslims and Hindus aside, there will be no issue,” said Moin.

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Shahid Afridi is running his own NGO. Obviously, he will feel the pain, because he is doing work for humanity. That was a good statement, and it is on right time,” he added.

The former wicket-keeper also urged people to think on a broader perspective. Moin also said people should leave Hindu-Muslim aside, and think about humanity.

Moreover, Moin maintained comments from Indian people were disappointing.

However, Moin and Afridi were teammates in Pakistan cricket team for many years. While Khan had played 69 Tests and 219 ODIs, Afridi had represented Pakistan in all the formats.

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Meanwhile, Pakistan star all-rounder Afridi recently pointed towards the atrocities committed by Indian occupation in Kashmir. The Valley had recently witnessed a lot of turmoil and had claimed many innocent lives.

Afridi’s statement didn’t sit well with many, as cricketers including Sachin Tendulkar, Indian skipper Virat Kohli, Gautam Gambhir, Suresh Raina lashed out at Afridi on social media.

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