Shoaib Akhtar's statement on Danish has been growing uneasily, he said – injustice was done to Danish because he was a Hindu
Kaneria thanked Shoaib by releasing a video, although he appeared to be speaking very carefully.
Dainik BhaskarDec 28, 2019, 01:09 PM IST Sports Desk. Former Pakistan leg-spinner Danish Kaneria supported Shoaib Akhtar's statement that Shoaib was disrespectful to Danish for being a Hindu. However, Shoaib's statement was opposed by cricketers like Javed Miandad. Danish released a video on Friday night. It said that he was proud to be a Hindu and Pakistani. Select portions of what was said in Danish's latest video here.
Don't take Shoaib's words lightly, start the video with Danish Namaskar, Salaam and Jai Shriram. After this he says, "You people know that Shoaib Akhtar gave a statement. It is becoming very viral. The media is now questioning me. Many people came to me for messages. I am being asked what I have to say on the statement made by Shoaib? Just want to say that I represented Pakistan at the highest level. He gave victory to his country. I and Shoaib did many spells that won Pakistan. There must have been some such thing with Shoaib, which made him realize what was happening to me. On national TV, he would not have said anything like this. They must have felt how I am being treated. "
In the focus video only on cricket, Danish goes on to say, "I ignored the things happening to me. Focused only on cricket. Many things used to happen behind the scenes. I also had a question about it. But, after so many years, if Shoaib Akhtar is saying something, then it makes sense. He is the right person to do these things. Now I would like Shoaib to name the players who were involved in these wrong things. Inzamam, Younis Khan, Shoaib and Mohammad Yousuf supported me because of my game. "
Proud to be Pakistani and Hindu, according to this leg-spinner, he is proud to be Pakistani. Kaneria said, “I am proud to be Pakistan and Hindu. What I achieved was possible through hard work and ability. I made it clear what was the matter. Please do not give it a political color. "