Wasim Akram attacked in Mumbai during a live TV show
Wasim Akram attacked in Mumbai during a live TV show

Former Pakistan pacer Wasim Akram confirmed that he was not attacked during a live TV show in Mumbai on Sunday night.

It was the post-match WT20 2016 show in an Indian news channel. There was a crucial match between India and Australia which India won by 6 wickets and qualified for the semi-final. Wasim Akram was talking about India’s victory and the Indian batsman Virat Kohli’s outstanding match-winning knock when some unknown people attacked the camera crews. Immediately it was looking that, Wasim Akram stood up at there.

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However after some moment, the anchor Vikrant Gupta gave relief to the Akram fans by posting in his official twitter account, “Friends no need to panic. Nothing wrong with@wasimakramlive – a few people just objected to the cameras there. That’s it.”

Wasim Akram fans got very angry over this incident. They vented out their anger on social media. Some of them are given below.

However later on Monday afternoon, Vikrant Gupta posted another tweet where he claimed, “About last night, nothing happened to @wasimakramlive n nobody even touched him. 1 drunkard created scene seeing live cameras for attention”

After some moment, Wasim Akram also tweeted through his official twitter account, “The incident that took place in Mumbai was not directed at me and has since been professionally dealt with. Thank you for all your concern.”

Earlier in the Sunday evening, Wasim Akram was disheartened on hearing about the Lahore blast, which happened in the early evening. He tweeted, “Due to this merciless attack in my country, I have ceased all work commitments tonight. My heart is with my hometown. Stay strong #Lahore”   


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