‘We need fire trucks’: Irfan Pathan hits back at trolls after firecrackers criticism
By: Sports Desk |

Updated: April 7, 2020 12:07:29 am


Irfan Pathan criticized individuals who had been bursting crackers on Sunday. (Source: File Photo)

Irfan Pathan has all the time been fearlessly vocal about his opinions, and on Monday he once more took a stand for himself as he lambasted the Twitter trolls who had been spreading hate messages to him for criticising individuals who had burst firecrackers throughout Sunday’s #9Baje9Minute occasion.

Earlier final week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had known as for folks nationwide to mild up candles, lamps, torches, and diyas to indicate solidarity within the combat in opposition to the COVID-19 pandemic. But after just a few miscreants had taken to bursting firecrackers on the event, the relatively insensitive transfer didn’t sit properly with the previous Indian cricketer.

“It was so good until ppl started bursting crackers #IndiaVsCorona,” wrote Irfan Pathan on his Twitter on Sunday.

But quickly after his tweet, the 35-year-old acquired a barrage of abuse from varied customers and trolls. Taking screenshots of the replies, Pathan posted the collage of the retorts on Twitter on Monday, and captioned it, “We need fire trucks can u help? @TwitterIndia”.

Addressing the problem on Facebook, Pathan wrote, “If I who represented India at the worldwide stage can get a lot hate think about what a traditional indian citizen should be going through? Can all of us get collectively n cease this hate? Please can we make a aware effort to be unfold sanity? This recommendation n query is for ppl of each religion….”

Many followers confirmed their assist to the seamer’s opinion, and when one person requested him to disregard the trolls, he advised that he’s not anxious in regards to the opinion of different folks. “I’m not worried abt WHAT PPL WILL SAY. PPL WHO KNOW ME AWARE OF MY CHARACTER But HATE has to stop,” he wrote.

The left-arm pacer has been actively concerned in aiding the folks throughout the time of nationwide disaster, as he, alongside together with his brother Yusuf, have been distributing necessities to the needy. The Pathan brothers have distributed 10,00zero kg rice and 700 kg potato to people who find themselves in need of ration of their hometown Baroda throughout the 21-day lockdown.

On Monday, the loss of life toll because of the outbreak rose to 111 and the variety of infections climbed to 4,281 within the nation registering a report bounce of 704 instances within the final 24 hours.

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