A real master when it comes to trolling others, Virender Sehwag, it seems, takes special pleasure when he gets an opportunity to make fun of arch-rivals Pakistan. The former Indian batsman, who used to make life difficult for the Pakistani team during his playing days, has continued to do the same even after hanging his boots albeit on the social media.

The swashbuckling opener has taken a dig at the bitter rivals on an umpteenth number of occasions and he has done it once again after the Indian government registered a big diplomatic win over them in the case of former Indian navy officer Kulbhushan Jadhav.

Jadhav was sentenced to death by a Pakistan military court on charges of espionage. However, a week after Pakistan announced their sentence, India decided to move ICJ seeking immediate measures by the top court against the death sentence. The move paid off as the ICJ has ordered Pakistan to take all measures to ensure that Jadhav is not executed before the court gives its final judgment.

The news, meanwhile, was welcomed with great jubilation by Jadhav’s  family as they distributed sweets and burst crackers. Not only Jadhav’s family but the whole country was delighted with the court’s decision and people took to social media to express their delight. Virender Sehwag also joined the bandwagon soon, hailing the momentary judgement on twitter.


To this, a Pakistani national tried to take a dig at the swashbuckling opener by tweeting: “You guys hv less brains?  The final decision yet to come and even though icj stays whtever we ll hang him go where ever on ur choic#pak”

But Sehwag once again stole the show with another brilliant tweet. Referencing to India’s superiority over the nation from across the border in World Cups, Sehwag replied: “In your dreams, just like beating India in a World Cup. Kutta Paalo, Billi Paali, galat fahmi mat paalo. #KulbushanJadhav.”


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