Indian lawyer Vineet Jindal, who filed a case against Pakistani presenter Zainab Abbas, has now targeted Pakistani cricketer Mohammad Rizwan.
Mohammad Rizwan dedicated his century to the people of Gaza after his match-winning century against Sri Lanka in the ICC World Cup 2023.
Mohammad Rizwan’s actions caused an uproar in the Indian media, but the ICC decided not to take any action against the Pakistani wicketkeeper. Because the act was done in a personal capacity off the field.
However, a Supreme Court lawyer in India, Vineet Jindal, has now filed a fresh complaint, urging the ICC to stop the on-field prayers during Pakistan’s first World Cup match against the Netherlands in Hyderabad. Take strict action against Rizwan.
Mohammad Rizwan was seen praying on the field during his team’s opening match of the ongoing ICC Men’s ODI World Cup 2023 against Holland in Hyderabad on Friday (October 6), the complaint said.
The complaint said that Mohammad Rizwan had deliberately portrayed his religion by praying among Indians on the cricket field, which was against the spirit of sports.
The complaint stated that Mohammad Rizwan’s act of disclosing his religion shows his deliberate intention to convey the message that he is a Muslim.
The complaint further stated that Mohammad Rizwan’s act of representing his religion on the field and his subsequent statement at the press conference regarding the dedication of his victory to the people of Gaza further confirmed his religious and political ideology. does.
Vineet Jindal wrote that the player publicly dedicated his win on Indian soil to the people of Gaza. “This player has declared his support for the residents of Gaza and this is against the ideology of our country.”
Vineet Jindal mentioned a story from the past and wrote that ‘Earlier in 2021, Rizwan offered prayers in the field. When the team led by Babar Azam defeated India by 10 wickets in the ICCT Twenty20 World Cup ‘Super 12’ game, former Pakistan fast bowler Waqar Younis expressed his joy, saying, Fasad Rizwan is, he was standing in the middle. He went to the ground and offered prayers in front of the Hindus.