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Shoaib Akhtar delighted after Salman gets a bail; also mentions Kashmir in his post

He also hoped the ongoing wars stop so that humanity prevails.

Shoaib Akhtar
Shoaib Akhtar. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Shoaib Akhtar was the one from Pakistan who sympathised for Salman Khan after he was jailed for five years in Blackbuck poaching case. He had felt that the punishment on the Bollywood actor was harsh and was also confident that he would come out of jail soon enough. As soon as the news of Salman getting the bail broke through, the former Pakistani cricketer was delighted. However, in doing that he took an indirect dig on the ongoing Kashmir issue while hoping that the wars in the State and in Palestine, Yemen and Afghanistan would stop soon.

A lot has been said after Shahid Afridi controversially tweeted about the innocents being killed in the ‘India’ occupied Kashmir. The former and current Indian cricketers have criticised him severely with Gautam Gambhir taking a brutal dig at him by calling his dictionary as ‘retarded’. Surely, nothing is going well between India and Pakistan currently as the celebrities from respective countries are backing their army forces.

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What did Akhtar tweet?

Shoaib Akhtar had won the hearts of Salman Khan fans after he had expressed his disappointment over the decision given by Jodhpur court. However, in a couple of days, the famous actor on the silver screen got the bail much to the relief of his die-hard fans. Even Akhtar was relieved and happy after he came to know about the same. He took to Twitter to express his elation and expressed his wish that he soon gets the good news of the wars in Kashmir, Palestine, Yemen and Afghanistan getting stopped.

He tweeted, “Finally Salman gets a relief from honourable court I wish 1 day in my life time i get a news of Kashmir Palestine Yemen Afghanistan & all the troubled area of the world are free bcoz my heart bleeds for humanity & loss of innocent life.”

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