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Khawaja Asif says Imran Khan has often "used state institutions to build his own political narratives"
Ever since Rohit Sharma has been given the full-time charge of India's white-ball squad, the people, based on multiple media reports, began speculating about the possible rift between Virat Kohli and his newly-appointed Test deputy. Every day, a new report starts doing rounds pipping the two cricketers against each other. After Rohit was ruled out of the upcoming Test series against South Africa with a hamstring injury, multiple media houses, quoting their inside sources, started reporting that Kohli has made himself unavailable for the white-ball leg of the upcoming tour due to “personal reasons”. © Reuters It was reported that Kohli has made the BCCI top brass aware of his decision well in advance as he wanted to be with his family for his daughter Vamika’s first birthday. This news spread like fire and people started to dig up whole different meanings. Even former Indian captain Mohammed Azharuddin also questioned the timing of the break taken by the two cricketers and said that it substantiated the existing rift speculations between them. However, as per a report in Cricbuzz the BCCI has now clarified that the 33-year-old cricketer hasn’t made any such request and they expect him to play in the ODI series against the Proteas. © Twitter/ICC If we look closely, there have been plenty of leaks in the last six-seven months and each one of them had one thing in common. Every single leak involved Kohli in some way or the other. Kohli had lost respect of the dressing room, Kohli yelled at the support staff member during training, two senior players complained about Kohli’s attitude to the BCCI secretary, Kohli would lose his job if India didn’t do well in the T20 World Cup, Kohli was considering to give T20 captaincy, Kohli would be sacked from the ODI leadership after T20 World Cup, every single leak had Indian Test skipper as its main focal point. © Reuters From Hardik Pandya’s fitness issue to India’s questionable team selection, there was so much happening in Indian cricket but there was no leak about that. One wonders why? It can’t be a mere coincidence, that all the leaks were centered around Kohli but when it comes to other important news, the sources went into hibernation. © Reuters After the recent clarification from the BCCI, the people have started wondering if all this is being with a hidden agenda of maligning Kohli’s reputation by portraying him in bad light. After sitting quietly on these leaks for so long, the Kohli fans have run out of patience and have started calling out people for pushing through their hidden agenda and defaming their favourite player’s reputation. Virat Kohli doesnt want to play under Rohit Sharma, he has ego, he kept his family above country, he will not join Team india at Mumbai. Every new day, a particular lobby comes up with a new conspiracy theory against Kohli despite proven wrong all the time. — Pari (@BluntIndianGal) December 14, 2021Big time saazish against the King… They are trying to play with his mind.. — Anurag Sinha (@anuragsinha1992) December 15, 2021A big lobby behind this ..#IYKYK — V!©k¥ (@Vickyztweets) December 15, 2021Seems like some agenda against VK. — Tᴜ ɪɴᴊʜ ᴋʏᴜ ʙᴏʟᴇʏᴀ (@jasminkifann) December 15, 2021These fake sources trying hard to defame kohli Such a shame man it's happening with the greatest player of our country — Robin Saroy (@RobinSaroy2002) December 15, 2021Not just fans, even journalists have started raising questions on the nature of these leaks which only meant harm to Kohli, no one else. Virat is Playing the ODI’s in SA….so what it is…who is ths source in bcci leaking news one after another…some true n some fake…look at the pattern all the news on virat virat n virat… n all are harmful leaks for Virat…Bad @BCCI @imVkohli — Samip Rajguru (@samiprajguru) December 15, 2021 Taking to Twitter, Samip Rajguru, Executive Editor of India TV, tweeted: “Virat is Playing the ODI’s in SA….so what it is…who is ths source in bcci leaking news one after another…some true n some fake…look at the pattern all the news on virat virat n virat… n all are harmful leaks for Virat…Bad @BCCI @imVkohli.” Ask any expert, who is the most passionate cricketer of the current generation. Nine out of ten will answer Virat Kohl, almost instantly. © Reuters Just because Kohli has been removed from the ODI captaincy, it doesn’t mean his heart has stopped beating for the Men In Blue. No matter how many stories are leaked against him, it won’t be sufficient to malign his reputation and harm his legacy because fans are behind him. View the full article
Turkey shuts down website used by India to defame Pakistan
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogThe website was named after "Hamevasser Hebrew", a weekly published from Constantinople from 1909-1911
Organised efforts being made to defame judiciary, says CJP Khosa
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogJustice Asif Saeed Khosa. Photo: File Outgoing Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Asif Saeed Khosa on Friday said that a campaign seems to have been launched to defame him and the institution of judiciary. He made the remarks ahead of his farewell speech as chief justice during a full court reference. He also clarified news reports attributed to him regarding the special court's verdict in the high treason case against Gen (retd) Pervez Msharraf. Disputed remarksA special court, formed under the orders of the Supreme Court, had awarded a death penalty to Musharraf for high treason. Soon after Tuesday's short order was issued, news channels had reported that Justice Khosa had spoken about the verdict. Justice Khosa noted that he was accused of supporting the Musharraf verdict in a meeting with journalists when he had never done so. "The truth will prevail," he said in comments released to media before his speech to the full court. 'Did what I think was right'In his speech during the reference, the CJP said he always did what he thought was right and was worth doing and it did not matter to him as to what the reaction or consequences would or could be. "I believe that a judge, besides being just and fair to all, should have a heart of a lion, nerves of steel, wisdom of a sage, expression of a man of letters and approach full of empathy and compassion. These were the ideals that I strived to follow but I do not know how successfully," he said. "I can, however, confidently say, and Allah Almighty be my witness for it, that I always tried to be true to the oath of my office. I gave my hundred percent to the job, tried to perform beyond the call of duty, never raised my voice, spoke mainly through my pen, never delayed a judgment unduly and after giving the best years of my life to this public service I lay down my robes today with a conscience which is clear as crystal. "I, however, in all humility at my command, seek forgiveness from all those in whose cases my judgment might have gone wrong unwittingly and also from those whose feelings I might have hurt unintentionally,” he concluded.