Gautam Gambhir backs Indian government for taking strong measure against ceasefire violations
India and Pakistan have had their bilateral disagreements that is yet to be unresolved.
Published - Apr 27, 2018 2:50 pm | Updated - Apr 27, 2018 2:50 pm
Out of form Gautam Gambhir recently quit the captaincy of Delhi Daredevils in the wake of their poor performance due to which the side in last in the points table of the ongoing Indian Premier League. However, while talking to News Agency ANI, the southpaw was in full-form talking about India Pakistan relations.
Gambhir is known for his hard-hitting and straight-forward responses on any matters that are related to the well being of the country or the soldiers. He has been often seen supporting some army actions. He has also come forward to support the families of martyrs on a number of occasions.
Losing soldiers without being at wat most unfortunate thing
Gautam while speaking to the ANI suggested that the Indian government should take some strong measures to stop the intentional ceasefire violations from Pakistan. Gambhir suggested that India was losing the lives of soldiers without being at any war due to the ceasefire violations from another country. Gambhir said that losing the lives of the soldiers is the most unfortunate thing.
He added that not only him but the whole country would want this to stop and hoped that the government of India takes a strong step to curb the same. Gambhir also criticized the people who politicized the surgical strike which India carried out on Pakistan.
Notably, Gambhir had words of war with former Pakistan captain Gautam Gambhir over Twitter when the Pakistani all-rounder had blamed India and the Indian government for the atrocities in Kashmir. Gambhir had termed Afridi as an Under 19 guy and he was celebrating a wicket off a no-ball. Gautam and Afridi, both have been involved in the tussle on the field as well for a number of occasions during their playing days for India.
It will be interesting to see If the Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi has anything to say on the matter.