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India vs Pakistan, how are we dividing everything?

रंगों का बंटवारा किया गया…हरे रंग की चादर मुसलमानों का और लाल रंग अथवा भगवा हिंदुओं का हो गया।

इस बंटवारे में जानवरों को भी नही छोड़ा गया, गाय हिंदुओं की हो गई और बकरी मुसलमानों की हो गई। हम लोग यह भूल गए कि अगर सबसे बड़ा कोई धर्म है तो वह है इंसानियत!!

In this world, the never-ending war that’s always going on for over decades and the globe knows about this India v/s Pakistan whether it is in the field of war or it is in the field of sports. We people have already divided the religion also.

It’s awful to say that in today’s world we guys have forgotten humanity and we have dragged religion into the war of India v/s Pakistan. I’m sorry to say this but this year on 24 October 2021, “Every Muslim in the world, including India, celebrated Pakistan and stated it was a win of Islam.” In India’s some parts we can see there were fire cracks in the joy of Pakistan’s victory including Kashmir. It was unexpected that in Patiala’s Punjabi University students celebrated their own country’s loss and raised a slogan ‘Kisan Mazdoor Ekta Zindabad’. It’s a shame for us that the country you’re staying in, having the rights, privileges, etc. but you guys should have shame for disrespecting your own nation. In Punjabi University, several Kashmiri students were beaten by the students from UP and Bihar for cheering in support of Pakistan.

As said by Virendra Sehwag,” Firecrackers are banned during Diwali but yesterday (on 24 October) in parts of India there were firecrackers to celebrate Pakistan’s victory. Achha they must have been celebrating cricket. Toh, what’s the harm in fireworks on Diwali. Hypocrisy Kyun? Saara gyaan tab hi yaad aata hai.”

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On 24 October, when Pakistan defeated India by a massive 10 wickets in their opening game of the ICC T20 World Cup at Dubai. The Internet rolled out with sarcasm, hilarious memes and the insults were at the peak of the minds of millions of cricket fans who spent their night watching this match.

Why do we people forget this is just a match, winning and losing are a part of it. If you want to celebrate then celebrate the joy of cricket. Some of the Pakistani players like the opener Babar Azam and Mohd. Rizwan gave their amazing performance which lead to the victory of their team and Shaheen Afridi showed his excellence in bowling. We support our Indian cricketers at the time when they win a match but we should also support them at the time when they lose a match. We shouldn’t forget to appreciate the other team (Pakistani players) for their performance throughout the match. Why do we people refuse to see or close our eyes when after the match Kohli with the Pakistani players that have called the sportsman spirit? We can like another team, the talent of the team player, the person himself. This doesn’t indicate that we’re against the nation.

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I would like to say don’t drag the religion of the nation.

Last but not least I would conclude this by saying worldly voice believes in positivity and spreading humanity.

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