Mohammad Amir Exposes Indian Propaganda Against Him & Pakistan

The lack of credibility of India media is known across the globe considering Indians are fed the most number of fake news when compared to the rest of the world.

It’s credibility stooped further low during the Pakistan-India faceoff following the Pulwama attacks and even now, it isn’t getting any better. The news regarding the ICJ verdict on Kulbushan Jadhav was portrayed as a victory in India by the media.

Coming to the point, the most recent incident of poor reporting and fake news propaganda against Pakistan took place earlier today when a reputed news website,, covered a story maligning Mohammad Amir’s reputation.

The story titled ‘Should Leave This Terrorist Country’: Mohammad Amir Likes Controversial Tweet, Sparks British Passport Rumours will probably be shared a million times by the pro-Indian social media users, however, Mohammad Amir was quick to bust their propaganda.

Here’s the tweet:

According to the report, the 27-year-old liked a tweet saying, “I think he should leave terrorist country”.

However, Mohammad Amir clarified the fact that he meant to like the tweet by Sajid Sadiq, a reputed sports writer and journalist and not the reply by Abhishek Bindal, who talked about leaving the terrorist country.

This is the original tweet that he intended to like:

And, Amir further shut the propaganda mafia by saying that he is proud to be a Pakistan.

There has been plenty of debate regarding his retirement from Test cricket and the fact that he is applying for British citizenship. His wife, Narjis Amir is a British citizen and it shouldn’t come as a surprise.

What are your thoughts on the matter? Let us know in the comments section.

  • Muhammad Amir…..It’s better to spend time on the field for practice rather than managing your twitter. You need some more bowling practice.

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