Why are Pakistanis celebrating Chris Gayle’s birthday, is there any effect of this tweet? – Hindi SachNews, Hindi News, Hindi News, Sach News in Hindi Sach News

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Today is the birthday of Universe Boss Chris Gayle. Gayle is as dangerous on the field. Equally cool and cool outside. Born on 21 September 1979 in Jamaica, this splendid batsman turned 42 today. Gayle, who plays for Punjab Kings in IPL, is also called Punjabi Daddy. He has equal popularity in every country of the world. But this time on his birthday, he is getting special congratulations from Pakistan. There is a special reason for this.

Gayle on Sunday jokingly said that he is ready to travel to Pakistan. This tweet of his had made a lot of headlines among the fans. On this many people including Pakistan seamer Mohammad Amir gave their reaction. After Gayle’s comment, Aamir tweeted, ‘See you there’, ‘I am going to Pakistan tomorrow, who is coming with me?

Gayle is in UAE for IPL
Gayle is training in UAE for Punjab Kings for the remaining matches of IPL 2021. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) re-tweeted Gayle’s tweet from its official handle. Even two-time T20 World Cup winning captain Darren Sammy expressed his opinion and said that he did not face any security concerns during his many visits to Pakistan in the last six years.

PCB chief said, we will take revenge
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) President Rameez Raja expressed displeasure over the cancellation of the tour of England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB). In a video, Rameez said, “I am disappointed at England’s withdrawal but it was expected as the West unites and supports each other.” “You can take any decision based on security threat and perception. There was a sense of anger as New Zealand withdrew without sharing information about the threat they faced earlier. Now, England but it was expected. This is a lesson for us because when we travel to these sides we have to go through strict quarantine and we tolerate their admonitions, but there is a lesson in this. That is, from now on we will move forward as much as is in our interest.

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