New Delhi :
After falling a victim of religious bigotry on social media for his wife Hasin Jahan's attire, coupleMohammad Shami has given a befitting reply to haters on Twitter. Tha couple of tweets, the Indian pace bowler hit back at haters and said that he completely knows what he is doing and doesn't need people to tell him what he needs to do.
Shami further said that, haters can get jealous because his wife and children are two most important person in his life. Rather than targeting others we should self-introspect and determine how good we are.
Earlier he become the latest victim of bigotry and social media bashing after he posted one of the photograph with his wife on Facebook. Users hit hard on Shami with nasty comments suggesting his wife should not wear a certain type of attires.
Ye dono meri zindage or life partner hai me acha trha janta hu kiya karna hai kiya nahi.hame apne andar dekhna chahiye ham kitna accha hai.👉— Mohammed Shami (@MdShami11) December 26, 2016
Soon after Shami posted an image with his wife Hasin Jahan where she is seen wearing a sleeveless dress, some users started criticising Shami, some of them even suggested that he should not forget he is a Muslim and should keep in mind how his wife dresses up.
Mohammed Shami is currently undergoing rehabilitation for a knee injury after staying out of the last two Test matches against England. Shami had posted the photograph on December 23.
Supporting Shami, former Indian batsman Mohammad Kaif came forward to support him and tweeted slamming those posting offensive comments.
This is what Mohammad Kaif tweeted:
The comments are really really Shameful.— Mohammad Kaif (@MohammadKaif) December 25, 2016
Support Mohammed Shami fully.
There are much bigger issues in this country. Hope sense prevails. pic.twitter.com/dRJO5WfOgU
Earlier Tennis star Sania Mirza too have faced similar bashing on social media over her religion and decision of marrying Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik. In 2005 a fatwa was issued against her to stop wearing ‘indecent’ clothes and instead be covered from head-to-toe while playing.
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