AdBlock Detected, Allow ads

It looks like you're using an ad-blocker! disable it.

Our team work realy hard to produce quality content on this website and we noticed you have ad-blocking enabled.

Anti-Hindu Slogans by news reporter of Pakistan

The 11th edition of the ODI World Cup started in India on October 5. Apart from the Pakistan cricket team, experts, fans and anchors from there have also come to India for the tournament. Under the captaincy of Babar Azam, the Pakistani team started the prestigious tournament with a win against the Netherlands. They have to play the second match against Sri Lanka on Tuesday, October 10 in Hyderabad. Meanwhile, a big controversy is coming. A very shameful act done by a professional news anchor 9f Pakistan.

Pakistan’s news channel Sama TV had reported that Pakistan’s famous anchor Zainab Abbas has been removed from the World Cup and been thrown out of India. Zainab has been taken to Dubai. Now new information has leaked in this matter. The International Cricket Council (ICC), claimed that Zainab has left India due to personal reasons. “Zainab has not been deported, she has gone back due to personal reasons,” an ICC spokesperson told the news agency. Zainab had reached Hyderabad last week from Pakistan.

Sama TV had reported that Zainab had insulted India in her tweet. Apart from this, he also insulted Hindu gods and goddesses. For this reason, she was kicked out of the World Cup. Zainab was included in the ICC broadcast team. She was seen in the stadium during Pakistan’s first match. Even the International Cricket Council (ICC) will not be able to do anything regarding this matter, because it is a dispute between countries. Zainab, who has been a makeup artist, has been anchoring cricket for a long time. She is the mother of a child but is very dedicated to cricket. His father Nasir Abbas has been a cricketer. Zainab has many fans in Pakistan and other countries.

Spread the love

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Translate »