#UninstallCricbuzz: India Bans PSL Coverage & Social Media is Fuming

After a rise in tensions between Pakistan and India following the Pulwama incident, Indian organizations are sticking together to undermine Pakistan; one such example is banning the coverage of Pakistan Super League (PSL).

DSports and IMG Reliance both had an agreement to produce and broadcast the entire PSL. However, following the terrorist attack, both companies refused to honor their agreement and terminated the contract.

Fortunately for Pakistan, this unity from various Indian organizations has come at a cost for them; public shaming.

A number of former cricket stars, commentators and experts are voicing their opinions regarding this matter, with all of them terming actions of DSports and IMG Reliance as ‘utter nonsense’.

Following this, a world-renowned sports website/app owned by an Indian, Cricbuzz, also stopped showing PSL updates which resulted in the trending of #UninstallCrickbuzz campaign on social media on Sunday.

A senior cricket journalist who goes by the name DennisCricket, shared his thoughts on Twitter which read:

It did not stop there. Here’s more:

The Funny Side to the Whole Saga?

While it may have been an immature act, some people still have not lost their humor:


Do you agree with how India is responding to the situation at hand? Let us know in the comments section below.


    • Pakistan me padhai me sirf bomb banana hi sikhate h kash tum gareebo ko “Indian” ki spelling bhi sikhayi hoti… Feeling pity for Pakistanis

      • I have downloaded other Pakistani Sources :
        Like
        CricNGif for CricBuzz Apps
        BestSongsPk for Hanagama Music Apps, Gana Music Apps, Savn Apps.

  • Don’t call Kashmiri freedom fighters as terrorist. Attack was against the oppressors and they are fighting for their freedom. Kindly review your article before posting.

  • Completely ban indian movies and other programes in Pakistan, This nation should boycott indian songs and stop playing them in local events. Be Pakistani !


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