'Only a 'Nalaayak can…': Harbhajan Singh launches fresh attack on ex-Pak star Kamran Akmal





Former Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh gave the batter to former Pakistan wicketkeeper Kamran Akmal another harsh response to the racist joke the latter had made on the Sikhs during the India-Pakistan match of the T20 World Cup 2024. Akmal's attempt to belittle Indian pacer Arshdeep Singh saw him become a target on the social media, with Harbhajan also deciding to give him a history lesson. Although Kamran later issued an apology, Harbhajan launched another attack on the Pakistani cricketer over his controversial remarks, calling him a 'Nalaayak'.

“Kuch bhi ho sakta hai… Dekhein last on karna Arshdeep Singh ne hai. Waise uska rhythm nahi laga. 12 bajj gaye hai (Anything can happen. The last over will be bowled by Arshdeep Singh; he did not look in a good pace. And it's already 12 o'clock),” Akmal had said while laughing with other panelists of the show during the match.

He later apologized for the comments, saying: “I deeply regret my recent comments and sincerely apologize to Harbhajan Singh and the Sikh community. My words were inappropriate and disrespectful. I have the utmost respect for Sikhs around the world and it was never my intention to do so. hurt anyone. I am really sorry.

In a video shared by ANI, Harbhajan said that only a 'Nalaayak' like Kamran can make such a statement.

“This is a very absurd and childish statement that only a 'Nalaayak' can make. Kamran Akmal should understand that there is no need to say anything about anyone's religion and leave it alone. mock I would like to ask Kamran Akmal – Do you know the history of Sikhs, who are Sikhs and all the work that Sikhs have done to save your community, your mothers, your sisters,” Harbhajan said while addressing. at ANI.

“Ask your ancestors this, at noon the Sikhs were attacking the Mughals and saving your mothers and sisters, so stop talking nonsense. It's good that he understood so quickly and apologized but he shouldn't never try to hurt anyone again. Sikh or any religion. We respect all religions, whether it is Hinduism, Islam, Sikhism or Christianity…”.

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