Waqar Zaka Blasted The PCB For Allegedly “Hiring Indians” For The PSL And Many Pakistanis Agree

By Maryam Khalid | 23 Feb, 2020

Waqar Zaka took to twitter to question the PCB over allegedly hiring Indians for PSL’ 2020.

He even showed a list of 132 Indians names allegedly working at different posts, as evidence. He further stated that when India has been turning away our artists over the Kashmir issue, why are Indians allowed somewhere, where Pakistanis ought to work?

Soon after this, the #PCBJawabDo started trending number 1 on twitter.

Source: twitter

People started to question the PCB over this situation

Many people were riled up

They accused the PCB of having executed a poor event due to unfair hiring

A lot of anger was felt.

They also criticized the Indian director responsible for the rundown

People even pointed out the fact that 132 Indians were hired while the host Ahmed Godil was wrongly fired

Waqar Zaka has riled up people to speak about this and it really makes us wonder how the PCB will respond. What is your take on this? Let us know in the comments.

 

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Cover image via @ZakaWaqar / Twitter

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