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Pakistan Minister Fawad Chaudhry retweets, ‘Dhoni deserved the disgraceful exit’

Pakistan Minister Fawad Chaudhry retweets, ‘Dhoni deserved the disgraceful exit’

Fawad Chaudhry, The minister of Imran Khan’s party, has been making the headline by sharing a hateful tweet on MS Dhoni after the Indian team lost the semi-final match against New Zealand on Wednesday.

After the dream of the Indian team to win the World Cup 2019 got shattered, there have been many rounds of tweets, speculations and trolls. While most

But the recent news that is making the headline is the weird tweet that was shared by the Technology and Science Minister of Pakistan, Fawad Chaudhry. He tweeted saying that the new love of Pakistanis is New Zealand.


Indian Twitter users bashed Pakistan minister for this disrespectful tweet. Even after being trolled the minister didn’t stop and retweeted a tweet that which read, ‘Dhoni you deserved such disgraceful exit for polluting the gentleman’s game with fixing and bias.’

This definitely shows the sick mentality of the Pakistani minister. Who has given him the right to spread this bogus news without any proof?

Just before this incident Shoaib Akhtar, the ex-Pakistani speedster had termed Dhoni as an absolute legend and an impeccable ambassador of cricket. He even said that till the time Dhoni was on the pitch it looked that India would win the game.

In fact, the whole world praised Dhoni on Twitter for his superb inning which ended in a losing cause. Dhoni along with Jadeja added 100+ runs for the 7th wicket to make a strong comeback for Team India.

In fact, many Pakistan fans too were impressed by team India’s superb form, but this recent tweet of Fawad Chaudhry has cleared out the air that Pakistan will never stop hating the neighbouring country.

Meanwhile, Pakistan Cricket team finished fifth in the ICC World Cup 2019. After a poor start, they made a strong comeback in the league stage by winning four matches on a trot. However, that wasn’t proved enough for them to qualify for the semis.

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