Pakistan fast bowler, Hasan Ali, has apologized to everyone after getting into trouble for flying kites. Earlier, videos of Hasan flying kites went viral on social media, due to which the cricketer had to face plenty of backlash from the fans.
In a new video, the 25-year-old has clarified that he wasn’t flying kites intentionally, saying it was a one-off instance and that he wasn’t even home.
Hassan Ali Kite flying at home,illegal for general public but if it will done by Cricketer then who will take action,big question mark for this Government?before this Faheem Ashraf & Musa Khan also violated @pid_gov @TeamSarwar @RealHa55an @TheRealPCBMedia #COVID #SundayThoughts pic.twitter.com/nFKgE2dQTD
— Usman Butt (@MeUsmanButt) April 19, 2020
For those who don’t know, kites are banned in most parts of the country. The cases of kite threads taking lives are being reported these days owing to the fact that the people are resorting to kite flying for fun amid the coronavirus pandemic.
I am a cricketer, not a patangbaz.
Explaining to his fans further, he said that it was a cut-off kite that he was bringing down. He also explained that it was an old video, saying he would like to apologize to his fans if he has violated the rules.
— Tajik Sohail Habib (@DrTajikSohail) April 19, 2020
However, most critics have disagreed with his statements claiming he can be clearly seen with the facial hair and actually flying the kite.
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