Kulbhushan Jadhav Verdict: Virender Sehwag Slams Pakistani Trolls In His Own Style

Vamshi Krishna

Former Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag is not only famous for his funny and witty birthday wishes, he also has a unique style of trolling others and no one can escape from it. He is one of the outspoken personalities in the cricket fraternity.

He used to simply slam the bowlers with his bat without any fear. Viru is one of the most destructive batsmen in the world. We saw him fearlessly going opposite to the problems and tackling them easily both on and off the field.

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Sehwag has involved in a current trending issue on Kulbhushan case. The International Court of Justice ruled the trending case in the favor of former Indian Navy officer Kulbhushan Jadhav. The story goes back to the Pakistan government announcing death sentence to the former officer citing espionage as the reason. They accused Kulbhushan of being an Indian spy and hence had their stern actions announced against him.

The Indian government, however, denied the claims of Pakistan and questioned the decision of the Pakistan government. The Indian diplomats took the case to the International Court of Justice. The ICJ stayed the order and asked Pakistan government to wait until they hold their trials regarding the same.

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This decision by ICJ seems that India has the upper hand in the case. As Sehwag is never afraid to put forward his views, he expressed his view on Twitter about Pakistan after Indian government had a big win over them. He tweeted:

Mohammad Kaif also joined the celebration and tweeted:

To this, a Pakistani troll had commented that they will anyway execute Kulbhushan. The troll had written,

In reply to this, Virender Sehwag wrote that Pakistan can only dream of winning, pretty much like the way they do of beating India in a World Cup. He further added that they can domesticate dogs and cats but not wrong propositions. Virender Sehwag wrote,

The Indian government win has come as a big delight for the Indians and the family members of the former officer. The social media erupted in joy congratulating the Indian government on their diplomatic win.

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