NEW DELHI: Former Pakistani international cricketer Shahid Afridi bowled another full toss in London said Pakistan was not even being able to handle its four provinces, leave alone Kashmir. “Pakistan doesn’t want Kashmir… Pakistan can’t even manage its four provinces,” the former cricket captain said in London.
The 38-year-old cricketer was addressing, was addressing students at British Parliament in London when he made the remarks. In April this year, the former cricketer captain had termed the conditions in Kashmir as “appalling and worrisome” and called for United Nation’s intervention to stop the “bloodshed”.
Afridi, however, made it clear that he was not yet ready to take the political plunge and was keen on focusing on his charity work. “Don’t want to enter politics now, the focus is now on foundation and charity work,” he said. He later put out a tweet accusing the media of misconstruing his comments.