Pakistani supporter prohibited from raising ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ slogan during Pakistan-Australia cricket match

  • Commendable action of Bengaluru Police
  • Pseudo seculars blurt; say ‘India is unfit to host international games’

Bengaluru – An argument broke out during the Pakistan-Australia cricket match in Bengaluru on 20th October. A Pakistani supporter raised the ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ slogan during the match. The Bengaluru Police warned him not to do so. The supporter started arguing with the Police. He said, “During the Pakistan-Australia cricket match, the audience chanted ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’; then why can’t I raise the ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ slogan ?” The Policeman replied that ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ slogan is allowed but not ‘Pakistan Zindabad’. The video of this incident is circulating on social media and Pak-lover Indians are protesting against the incident.

After Pakistan’s crushing defeat against India on 14th October, Pakistan filed a complaint with the International Cricket Council alleging that the audience chanted ‘Jai Shriram’ when the Pakistani players were returning to the pavilion. Interestingly, the Australian team also defeated Pakistan in Bengaluru.

Editorial Perspectives

  • Do these so-called seculars deserve to decide what India is fit or unfit for ? The truth is, democratic India has shown them their place by keeping them out of power.
  • Indian players have faced unfair and insulting treatment in Pakistan for being Hindu over the past 40 years. Hence, there is nothing wrong in teaching a lesson to the Pakistanis or Pakistan lovers in India. There is no point resorting to ‘Gandhigiri’ !