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A redundant no body Afghani sitting in Sri Lanka is barking against Pakistan.....and of all others, the Indian media carries the news.....Mouka.....Mouka ..... :laugh:
 

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What is the situation with all these envoys of former Kabul regime/NDS/Northern alliance/CIA/Indian puppets? Are they still representing the new Afghan government?
 

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M Ashraf Haidari took exception to Asif Ali's ‘gun-shot’ celebrations after Pakistan's win over Afghanistan, on Friday.

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Pakistan cricketer Asif Ali's ‘gun shot’ celebration
Published on Oct 31, 2021 03:06 PM IST

By hindustantimes.com, New Delhi

M Ashraf Haidari, Afghanistan's ambassador to Sri Lanka, has described Pakistan cricketer Asif Ali's ‘gun-shot’ celebration after victory over the Afghanistan cricket team as a ‘disgraceful act of aggression.’ Taking to Twitter, Haidari also praised the Afghan team, adding that the ‘time for war will come.’

“A disgraceful act of aggression from Pakistan's prominent cricket player @AasifAli2018, pointing his bat like a gun towards Afghan players, who gave him and his teammates a tough time. Above all, sports is about healthy competition, friendship and peace. Time for war will come!” Haidari tweeted on Saturday, after Pakistan defeated their neighbours by five wickets the previous night in Dubai, at the ongoing ICC World Twenty20.


Ali held his bat like one would hold a gun while in a firing position, after hitting his fourth, and match-winning six on the last ball of the 19th over. Going into the final 12 balls of its chase, Pakistan needed 24 runs to haul Afghanistan's total of 147. However Ali, who finished not out on 25 off just seven balls, hit four sixes to win the match for his team.

The match was played in the backdrop of the Taliban seizing power in Afghanistan for a second time, in August. Pakistan, on its part, has faced allegations of aiding the Taliban in its power grab, a charge which Islamabad has repeatedly refuted. Also, the new Afghan administration, which identifies the country as the ‘Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan,’ is yet to be recognised. However, the Imran Khan government recently allowed Taliban-appointed envoys to take charge of the Afghan embassy and consulates in Pakistan.

Haidari, meanwhile, has been Afghanistan's envoy to Sri Lanka since 2018, when Ashraf Ghani was the President of the war-torn nation. However, post the Taliban's takeover, Ghani fled the country, and was taken in by the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Incidentally, the ICC World T20 2021 competition is being played in the UAE.

https://www.hindustantimes.com/worl...-disgraceful-celebration-101635670714451.html

Somehow Afghans seem to be more in pain on our victories than anyone.


this afGOONi should be more concerned about starvation in A-stan ..


seriously cry us a river,...
A redundant no body Afghani sitting in Sri Lanka is barking against Pakistan.....and of all others, the Indian media carries the news.....Mouka.....Mouka ..... :laugh:

Indians are just obessed with us...
 

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M Ashraf Haidari took exception to Asif Ali's ‘gun-shot’ celebrations after Pakistan's win over Afghanistan, on Friday.

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Pakistan cricketer Asif Ali's ‘gun shot’ celebration
Published on Oct 31, 2021 03:06 PM IST

By hindustantimes.com, New Delhi

M Ashraf Haidari, Afghanistan's ambassador to Sri Lanka, has described Pakistan cricketer Asif Ali's ‘gun-shot’ celebration after victory over the Afghanistan cricket team as a ‘disgraceful act of aggression.’ Taking to Twitter, Haidari also praised the Afghan team, adding that the ‘time for war will come.’

“A disgraceful act of aggression from Pakistan's prominent cricket player @AasifAli2018, pointing his bat like a gun towards Afghan players, who gave him and his teammates a tough time. Above all, sports is about healthy competition, friendship and peace. Time for war will come!” Haidari tweeted on Saturday, after Pakistan defeated their neighbours by five wickets the previous night in Dubai, at the ongoing ICC World Twenty20.


Ali held his bat like one would hold a gun while in a firing position, after hitting his fourth, and match-winning six on the last ball of the 19th over. Going into the final 12 balls of its chase, Pakistan needed 24 runs to haul Afghanistan's total of 147. However Ali, who finished not out on 25 off just seven balls, hit four sixes to win the match for his team.

The match was played in the backdrop of the Taliban seizing power in Afghanistan for a second time, in August. Pakistan, on its part, has faced allegations of aiding the Taliban in its power grab, a charge which Islamabad has repeatedly refuted. Also, the new Afghan administration, which identifies the country as the ‘Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan,’ is yet to be recognised. However, the Imran Khan government recently allowed Taliban-appointed envoys to take charge of the Afghan embassy and consulates in Pakistan.

Haidari, meanwhile, has been Afghanistan's envoy to Sri Lanka since 2018, when Ashraf Ghani was the President of the war-torn nation. However, post the Taliban's takeover, Ghani fled the country, and was taken in by the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Incidentally, the ICC World T20 2021 competition is being played in the UAE.

https://www.hindustantimes.com/worl...-disgraceful-celebration-101635670714451.html

Somehow Afghans seem to be more in pain on our victories than anyone.
Rubbish just an attention seeking individual

Chris Gayle West Indies does it all the time as do various footballers
 

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M Ashraf Haidari took exception to Asif Ali's ‘gun-shot’ celebrations after Pakistan's win over Afghanistan, on Friday.

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Pakistan cricketer Asif Ali's ‘gun shot’ celebration
Published on Oct 31, 2021 03:06 PM IST

By hindustantimes.com, New Delhi

M Ashraf Haidari, Afghanistan's ambassador to Sri Lanka, has described Pakistan cricketer Asif Ali's ‘gun-shot’ celebration after victory over the Afghanistan cricket team as a ‘disgraceful act of aggression.’ Taking to Twitter, Haidari also praised the Afghan team, adding that the ‘time for war will come.’

“A disgraceful act of aggression from Pakistan's prominent cricket player @AasifAli2018, pointing his bat like a gun towards Afghan players, who gave him and his teammates a tough time. Above all, sports is about healthy competition, friendship and peace. Time for war will come!” Haidari tweeted on Saturday, after Pakistan defeated their neighbours by five wickets the previous night in Dubai, at the ongoing ICC World Twenty20.


Ali held his bat like one would hold a gun while in a firing position, after hitting his fourth, and match-winning six on the last ball of the 19th over. Going into the final 12 balls of its chase, Pakistan needed 24 runs to haul Afghanistan's total of 147. However Ali, who finished not out on 25 off just seven balls, hit four sixes to win the match for his team.

The match was played in the backdrop of the Taliban seizing power in Afghanistan for a second time, in August. Pakistan, on its part, has faced allegations of aiding the Taliban in its power grab, a charge which Islamabad has repeatedly refuted. Also, the new Afghan administration, which identifies the country as the ‘Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan,’ is yet to be recognised. However, the Imran Khan government recently allowed Taliban-appointed envoys to take charge of the Afghan embassy and consulates in Pakistan.

Haidari, meanwhile, has been Afghanistan's envoy to Sri Lanka since 2018, when Ashraf Ghani was the President of the war-torn nation. However, post the Taliban's takeover, Ghani fled the country, and was taken in by the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Incidentally, the ICC World T20 2021 competition is being played in the UAE.

https://www.hindustantimes.com/worl...-disgraceful-celebration-101635670714451.html

Somehow Afghans seem to be more in pain on our victories than anyone.
Of course. Match main tu kch ker nai paey.
 

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"Time for war will come"

The "Warriors" who were to do it, ran away without even putting up a fight. And if this gesture was illegal, ICC would have fined Asif by now.
 

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Afghanistan is newbie in cricketing world they are not aware of these regular celebrations by the cricketers

I feel sorry for him being so naive
 

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Their salary could be paid through the frozen offshore assets (~$9 Billion). At the moment, even Taliban cannot pay these diplomats as it has run out of most of its cash reserves in Afghanistan.

Same line in every scenario!

Why don't you help your dears?
 

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M Ashraf Haidari took exception to Asif Ali's ‘gun-shot’ celebrations after Pakistan's win over Afghanistan, on Friday.

Ali_1635670842707_1635670849108.PNG

Pakistan cricketer Asif Ali's ‘gun shot’ celebration
Published on Oct 31, 2021 03:06 PM IST

By hindustantimes.com, New Delhi

M Ashraf Haidari, Afghanistan's ambassador to Sri Lanka, has described Pakistan cricketer Asif Ali's ‘gun-shot’ celebration after victory over the Afghanistan cricket team as a ‘disgraceful act of aggression.’ Taking to Twitter, Haidari also praised the Afghan team, adding that the ‘time for war will come.’

“A disgraceful act of aggression from Pakistan's prominent cricket player @AasifAli2018, pointing his bat like a gun towards Afghan players, who gave him and his teammates a tough time. Above all, sports is about healthy competition, friendship and peace. Time for war will come!” Haidari tweeted on Saturday, after Pakistan defeated their neighbours by five wickets the previous night in Dubai, at the ongoing ICC World Twenty20.


Ali held his bat like one would hold a gun while in a firing position, after hitting his fourth, and match-winning six on the last ball of the 19th over. Going into the final 12 balls of its chase, Pakistan needed 24 runs to haul Afghanistan's total of 147. However Ali, who finished not out on 25 off just seven balls, hit four sixes to win the match for his team.

The match was played in the backdrop of the Taliban seizing power in Afghanistan for a second time, in August. Pakistan, on its part, has faced allegations of aiding the Taliban in its power grab, a charge which Islamabad has repeatedly refuted. Also, the new Afghan administration, which identifies the country as the ‘Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan,’ is yet to be recognised. However, the Imran Khan government recently allowed Taliban-appointed envoys to take charge of the Afghan embassy and consulates in Pakistan.

Haidari, meanwhile, has been Afghanistan's envoy to Sri Lanka since 2018, when Ashraf Ghani was the President of the war-torn nation. However, post the Taliban's takeover, Ghani fled the country, and was taken in by the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Incidentally, the ICC World T20 2021 competition is being played in the UAE.

https://www.hindustantimes.com/worl...-disgraceful-celebration-101635670714451.html

Somehow Afghans seem to be more in pain on our victories than anyone.
He has no official designation now
He is just a dude with an opinion
 

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M Ashraf Haidari took exception to Asif Ali's ‘gun-shot’ celebrations after Pakistan's win over Afghanistan, on Friday.

Ali_1635670842707_1635670849108.PNG

Pakistan cricketer Asif Ali's ‘gun shot’ celebration
Published on Oct 31, 2021 03:06 PM IST

By hindustantimes.com, New Delhi

M Ashraf Haidari, Afghanistan's ambassador to Sri Lanka, has described Pakistan cricketer Asif Ali's ‘gun-shot’ celebration after victory over the Afghanistan cricket team as a ‘disgraceful act of aggression.’ Taking to Twitter, Haidari also praised the Afghan team, adding that the ‘time for war will come.’

“A disgraceful act of aggression from Pakistan's prominent cricket player @AasifAli2018, pointing his bat like a gun towards Afghan players, who gave him and his teammates a tough time. Above all, sports is about healthy competition, friendship and peace. Time for war will come!” Haidari tweeted on Saturday, after Pakistan defeated their neighbours by five wickets the previous night in Dubai, at the ongoing ICC World Twenty20.


Ali held his bat like one would hold a gun while in a firing position, after hitting his fourth, and match-winning six on the last ball of the 19th over. Going into the final 12 balls of its chase, Pakistan needed 24 runs to haul Afghanistan's total of 147. However Ali, who finished not out on 25 off just seven balls, hit four sixes to win the match for his team.

The match was played in the backdrop of the Taliban seizing power in Afghanistan for a second time, in August. Pakistan, on its part, has faced allegations of aiding the Taliban in its power grab, a charge which Islamabad has repeatedly refuted. Also, the new Afghan administration, which identifies the country as the ‘Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan,’ is yet to be recognised. However, the Imran Khan government recently allowed Taliban-appointed envoys to take charge of the Afghan embassy and consulates in Pakistan.

Haidari, meanwhile, has been Afghanistan's envoy to Sri Lanka since 2018, when Ashraf Ghani was the President of the war-torn nation. However, post the Taliban's takeover, Ghani fled the country, and was taken in by the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Incidentally, the ICC World T20 2021 competition is being played in the UAE.

https://www.hindustantimes.com/worl...-disgraceful-celebration-101635670714451.html

Somehow Afghans seem to be more in pain on our victories than anyone.
Tell him to beg for food on a US military base or do Food Panda in Germany or something.

Welay baith ker isi tarha verbal diarrhea ho jaye ga.
Saaajjjjeeeeshh
Saaajjjjeeeeshh
Na Pak
 

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