Former Pakistan captain, Ramiz Raja was brutally controlled by fans on Twitter because of his harsh words on social media after he was called for posting fake images. On Wednesday, Ramiz Raja shared a photo that he said was a submerged area in Karachi. But Twitter users have different opinions.
Pakistan cricket news: Tweet fake image of Ramiz Raja
In the photo distributed by Ramiz Raja, a large area, surrounded by several tall buildings, is seen underwater. The former seems unhappy with how things have been going on in Karachi over a period of time. In his statement, he also dug in the Sindh government, comparing the area with ‘milk tea leaves’.
The Sindh government has arranged milk tea leaves for all of Karachi pic.twitter.com/iuOG546MIr
– Ramiz Raja (@iramizraja) July 28, 2020
However, people’s reactions did not go well with Ramiz Raja who attacked fans who called them idiots and traitors to the city and country on Thursday in another tweet. Here’s a tweet from Ramiz Raja –
I gave a flying duck whether it was a picture of Karachi or not. It summarizes, summarizes what is happening in the city, how Karachi royally fu #% ^ d. And some idiots challenge that it’s a fake picture. Brain-dead idiot !! The real traitor of the city and country. pic.twitter.com/BNeoRPHBQ8
– Ramiz Raja (@iramizraja) July 30, 2020
Fans reacted to Ramiz Raja’s tweet
The king first posted a fake photo of Karachi to criticize political opponents @ImranKhanPTI in an effort to win hearts for profitable posts in @TheRealPCB. When he was called to this matter, instead of apologizing, he used the words quoted to silence his criticism.
– Yasir Abbasi, ACMA, CFE (@YsrAbasi) July 30, 2020
Mistakes made by humans! If you make a mistake, just accept it. But you shamelessly set limits, damn your mind, incompetent people. There are limits to shamelessness. A failed life in every field. ل ن ع ت۔
– GM Buriro (@buriroGM) July 30, 2020
Using photos that are not original to convey the intent when distributing certificates of betrayal and insulting anyone who disagrees or questions your opinion … Why are you all Pakistani cricket cricket so full of yourself?
– Taha Siddiqui (@TahaSSiddiqui) July 30, 2020
Don’t embarrass yourself anymore .. And relax you will get a job
– Ejaz hasani (@ EjazEa92) July 30, 2020
Instead of attacking, why not admit that you made a mistake & say that you are worried about Karachi?
– Maheen Usmani (aMaheenUsmani) July 30, 2020
Ramiz Raja’s career as a cricketer
Ramiz Raja has a great career while playing for the Pakistan team. The king played 57 Tests and 198 ODI for Pakistan where he scored 2,833 and 5,841 respectively. His career for Pakistan stretched for 13 years from 1984 to 1997. and the 57-year-old also played a role in helping Pakistan win the 1992 World Cup where they defeated England in the final. He also got the chance to be the captain of Pakistan.
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(COVER PICTURE: RAMIZ KING / TWITTER)