Harbhajan Singh known for his wit and humour, trolled Veena Malik on Tuesday after the Pakistani actress questioned if the cricketer 'understood English.' Harbhajan Singh retaliating to Malik to 'brush up on her language skills before putting out something in public domain' after the Pakistani actress attempted to defend Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's UN General Assembly (UNGA) speech.
She said, "PM Imran khan DID talk about peace in his speech. He talked about the reality and the horror that will surly occur when the curfew is lifted and sadly there's gonna be a bloodbath. He clearly states that it’s not a threat but a fear. Don’t you understand English?"
Also known as 'The Turbanator' among cricketing fans, Harbhajan Singh, was quick to spot a spelling error in Malik's tweet and he wasted no time in taking a jibe at the outspoken actor.
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"What do u mean by surly? Oh is it surely ?? lo Ji Dekho yeh Angreji Inki (Just see their level of English).. chill pill next time try and read before u put something in English," Harbhajan Singh tweeted.
Former Indian cricket skipper Sourav Ganguly on Thursday, October 3, termed Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s speech at the United Nations General Assembly Session as “rubbish” and expressed how this is not the cricketer the world knew of. Ganguly took to Twitter while replying to Virender Sehwag’s tweet in which he had shared a video of Imran Khan while taking a dig at him.
Ganguly replied to Sehwag's tweet and said that he was shocked by seeing the speech. Ganguly added that the world needs peace and Pakistan as a country needs it the most but despite that Imran Khan spoke such "rubbish". He even called Imran Khan's UN speech as "poor" and said that this is not the Imran Khan the cricketer world knew.
In India's Right to Reply, First Secretary Vidisha Maitra exposed the Pakistan PM's medieval mentality of justifying violence instead of bringing in a bright future for his country and the world through initiatives in education and economy. "Rarely has the General Assembly witnessed such misuse, rather abuse, of an opportunity to reflect. Words matter in diplomacy. Invocation of phrases such as “pogrom”, “bloodbath”, “racial superiority”, “pick up the gun” and “fight to the end” reflect a medieval mindset and not a 21st-century vision," the First Secretary said. Below are some of the statements by Imran Khan harking back to medieval times of violent rampages and bloodshed.