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Former Pakistan Captain Saeed Anwar Made Objectionable Remarks About Women in His Statement

Sangeeta Viswas
2 weeks ago

Former Pakistani cricketer and former captain Saeed Anwar is in the news because of one of his statements. Saeed Anwar’s statement is going viral on social media. In which he is seen making objectionable comments on women.

In His Statement He Also Took The Names Of Some Cricketers:-

He believes that ever since women have started earning, there are troubles in homes. In his statement he has also taken the names of some cricketers. He is also facing criticism for this statement.

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In the viral video, Saeed Anwar can be heard saying – I am coming back after traveling the whole world. Recently I came to Australia. There are fights between husbands and wives in European countries. The situation has become so bad that they have put girls to work.

Ever Since We Put Women To Work:-

When I talked to a mayor of Australia, I asked him why the cases of drugs, depression and suicide are increasing here, he said – Ever since we have made women earn, our culture has been ruined.

Similarly, Shaun Tait, an Australian player, called me. New Zealand captain Kane Williamson also called me. He asked me how our situation could be corrected.

Saeed Anwar further said- Ever since women have started earning in Pakistan, divorce cases have increased by 30 percent in three years. The woman says- Get lost, I can earn myself. This is a complete gameplan.

He Played His Last Match in 2003:-

Unless you receive instruction, you cannot understand this gameplan. You have become blind. There is a snake and a rope in front of you, but you are not able to understand. You will know when you open your eyes.

Let us tell you that former captain Saeed Anwar played 55 Test and 247 ODI matches for Pakistan. He played his last match in 2003. Anwar took a break from cricket after the death of his daughter.

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However, he later made a comeback. He scored a century against India in the 2003 World Cup, but announced his retirement before the 2003 home series against Bangladesh. Now he is often seen giving statements related to religion.

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