Virat Kohli, Kapil Dev React to Shahid Afridi's Controversial Statement On Kashmir

Virat Kohli indirectly said that he doesn't support Shahid Afridi's statement on Kashmir

Former Pakistani cricketer Shahid Afridi’s tweet urging United Nations (UN) to intervene and resolve issues in ‘Indian Occupied Kashmir’ caused furore on social media. Even Delhi Daredevils (DD) skipper Gautam Gambhir confronted Afridi on Twitter and trolled him with remarks like ‘Under Nineteen’ and ‘retarded dictionary’. Now, Indian skipper Virat Kohli has also reacted to Afridi’s statement.

Here’s what the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) skipper had to say about Afridi’s comments while talking to media after the practice session:

Here’s what Afridi had tweeted –

Even former Indian World Cup-winning captain Kapil Dev reacted to the 38-year-old’s statement. Kapil did not mince his words as he said,

On April 4, Gambhir’s response to Afridi went viral as well. Here’s what he tweeted –

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However, Kohli has had a good relationship with Afridi in the past. When Afridi retired from international cricket in 2017, Kohli sent his Indian cricket team jersey Number 18 to Afridi which also had signatures of his teammates. Kohli and Gambhir are currently gearing up for Indian Premier League (IPL) 2018 which kicks off on April 7.

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