Pakistan is known for its hospitality throughout the world. In many areas even when an opponent comes as a visitor he is well known and handled nicely. But something that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) primary Imran Khan said in a press meeting that is being belittled by Pakistanis all around the entire world.
Video of Imran Khan’s press meeting which has gone popular over public networking reveals him demeaning the international players who had come in Lahore to try out the Pakistan Super League’s final match in the Gaddafi Ground this Sunday. The PTI primary defined the international gamers “Phateechar” approximately converted as “useless” including that he does not even know their team names.
In a statement which has been belittled for being racial he says, “They just caught players from Africa and side areas, the real international players didn’t come who were the actual victory to if gets in Pakistan.
Cricketing leaders like Sir Vivian Richards enriched the PSL final. He even had good stuff to say about Imran Khan. In an meeting to press Richards said that he lovingly recalls the time when he performed with Imran Khan and Javed Miandad.
The PSL Final fixture on Weekend organized under limited protection attracted Pakistan together in a unique showcase of patriotism and unity. Even management from events opposite govt entities like Jamat-e-Islami primary Siraj-ul-Haq and Awami Islamic Group Primary Sheik Rasheed joined the ultimate.
However, Imran Khan after originally contacting cautious keep the PSL final in Lahore “stupid” boycotted it. His followers chanted “Go Nawaz Go” catch phrases while the PSL Chair Najam Sethi resolved the ultimate wedding, an act which was belittled by cricket fans and PTI followers as well.
Imran Khan Getting Criticized on Social Media
— @A@ (@ze96593) March 7, 2017
They came here amid security risks to strengthn our cricket situtation and our so called leader calls them #phateechar
— Soban Javed (@sobanjaved) March 6, 2017
What exactly is so bad about being from Africa? #phateechar
— Fatima Wahab (@FatiWahab) March 6, 2017