Haris Rauf admits mistake of shouting ‘Yeh tera India nahi hain’, calls it an instant reaction

A video of Pakistan’s veteran fast bowler Haris Rauf went viral on social media Tuesday. He is seen having an altercation with a group of Pakistan fans he took for Indians. Haris then clarified what made him lose his cool during this exchange with this group of people in the United States. However, on Wednesday he admitted his mistake by aggressively shouting, “Ye tera India nahi hai (This is not your India). »

Haris Rauf almost got into a fight with fans in the United States on Tuesday

In the 54-second video that went viral, Haris was seen walking with his wife when he came across a group of people asking for a selfie. The audio was not entirely clear in the video as to what had made Cricket angry, but he was seen rushing towards one of the individuals, although he was stopped by his wife.

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Haris then took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to reveal that fans had criticized his family and parents, which sparked this reaction from him. “I decided not to talk about it on social media, but now that the video is out, I think it is necessary to address the situation,” he wrote. “As public figures, we are open to receiving all kinds of comments from the public. They have the right to support us or criticize us. However, when it comes to my parents and family, I will not hesitate to react accordingly. “It is important to show respect for people and their families, regardless of their profession.”

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While the Pakistani cricket fraternity, showing solidarity, came out in support of Haris and criticized the group of fans, the cricketer was not spared by many on social media, who criticized him criticized for shouting, “Ye tera India nahi hai (It’s not your India)”, at the fan. This incident sparked many reactions, highlighting the diversity of opinions within the cricket community and among users social networks.

Later on Wednesday, Pakistani TV anchor Waseem Badami of ARY News confirmed that he had spoken to Haris, who regretted his action. He said: “He should not have made that “Indian” statement. I had a word with him and he is convinced that the fan was Pakistani and that what he said was in the heat of the moment. I asked him and he said, “Wasim Bhai, he’s from Pakistan.” What I said was in the heat of the moment and I shouldn’t have said it.

The video surfaced on social media days after Pakistan were eliminated in the group stage of the T20 World Cup. Haris took seven wickets in the tournament at an economy of 6.73 and was his team’s highest wicket-taker alongside Mohammad Amir.

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