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Indian fans defending Pakistan captain who was trolled for wearing traditional clothes during Roial encounter



All ten captains of the teams participating in the ICC World Cup 2019 met in the Bakingem Palace with Prince Harry and Queen Elizabeth on Wednesday, just before the opening ceremony. They looked stunned and could look dressed in the best formal clothing. However, Pakistani captain Sarfaraz Ahmed chose another alternative. He chose traditional clothes in combination with that blazer.

Of course, many fans from Pakistan were proud and claimed that Ahmed supported the culture and heritage of his homeland by wearing traditional clothes to meet the queen, especially since each other captain was uniformly dressed in Western formal clothing.

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However, there were also those who raised and cried about how Ahmed violated the official protocol or did not maintain jurisdiction. At the top of the list was columnist Tarek Fateh, whose tweet provoked a lot of controversy.

He read: "Captains # Cricket Cricket of the Nation to compete 4 # CricketVorldCup had a photo with the Queen. Guess who came dressed in his pajamas? No one except captain from Pakistan (back row, left)."

He later added another twitter: "Every other captain, Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, South Africa, New Zealand, West India and Zimbabwe smartly appeared in jackets and ties but not in Pakistan. , I'm not surprised he did not come to his Lungi-Banian-Topi costume.

It's the twenty-first century, and embarrassing someone for choosing clothes is no longer cool. So what if Amhed chooses to wear his national clothes? Desi Twitter feels the same. As soon as Fateh released a tweet, several Indian fans came to the rescue and defended him:

As many Indians have commented, there is absolutely nothing to wear national uniforms. If he is comfortable with it, then how does that make a difference at all?


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