Irfan Pathan said - not getting home in society is also racism, people started raising questions on Halala

Irfan Pathan said - not getting home in society is also racism, people started raising questions on Halala

The issue of racism has been overshadowed since the death of black civilian George Floyd in the US. Its heat has reached Indian cricket. Former West Indies captain Darren Sammy has accused the Sunrisers Hyderabad camp of being racist. He said that teammates used to call him 'Kalu' while playing in the Indian Premier League (IPL). They did not know the meaning then. It is now revealed. I am very angry.

After this, a 6 year old Instagram post of Ishant Sharma started going viral. In this, he wrote Sammy to Kalu. Now former India team all-rounder Irfan Pathan has made a tweet, which is becoming quite viral. People are commenting on him in various ways. Many people are asking Irfan Pathan that this is what happens with Kashmiri Pandits. Thousands of Pandits were forcibly transferred to Kashmir. They were murdered and raped along with daughters-in-law. Some people are also raising questions about Halala.

Actually, Irfan Pathan tweeted on Tuesday evening. In this, he also called racism in gestures and not giving Muslims houses in the society. Pathan wrote, 'Racism is not limited to just your skin color. If your faith is different and because of that you don't get a house in the society, then that too is a kind of racism. '

Irfan had also admitted that there was racism in domestic cricket on Monday. He said on the Sammy case, 'I don't know when racism happened to him, but it happens in domestic cricket. I was part of the camp with Sammy in the Hyderabad team in 2014. It may have happened in reality, but I am not aware of any such incident, because it would not have been discussed on a large scale. Yes, in domestic cricket, especially South Indian cricketers often face racial remarks while playing in the North and Western regions. However, I will not name anyone.