Javed Miandad, the prior Pakistan cricketer is arguably among the greatest batsmen the Men in Green nation has produced in its own cricketing history. However, he’s still not treated equally to his values by a lot of people in his country. Lately, in a conversation show, Shahzad Iqbal did mimicry of the prior participant in a humorous way. And, it did not go well with Miandad, who’s given a powerful warning to this YouTube station and his impersonator. He holds a few accolades to his title and Miandad has won several matches for Pakistan during his period in international cricket. Once a game against India, he smacked a last-ball six so as to assist his negative register a success against their arch-rivals. It had been done in a humorous fashion that the prior batsman did not enjoy. The 62-year-old has published a clip where he appears quite mad as well. The former stated that he had done a lot for the nation and has always encouraged them in good and bad times. According to him, mimicry ought to be achieved in an adequate fashion, and his name shouldn’t be taken straight. It undoubtedly promotes a false picture of a participant that’s very erroneous. He recited that in case the conversation show continued using exactly the same, then he would take legal actions against them. “I’ve done a lot for my nation. I’ve always encouraged my nation. The mimicry ought to be achieved in an adequate fashion, and my title shouldn’t be taken directly. Because it could promote a false picture. I’ll take legal steps in case the attacks persist,” the former Pakistani batting maestro stated,” Javed Miandad stated from the clip.

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