India vs Pakistan T20 World Cup 2021: Sania Mirza promises to stay away from social media for THIS reason

India’s high tennis star Sania Mirza has mentioned that she will likely be taking a break from social media forward of this Sunday’s (October 24) much-anticipated T20 World Cup 2021 conflict between India and Pakistan in Dubai. Sania, who’s married to Pakistan all-rounder Shoaib Malik, posted a clip on her Instagram account the place she mentioned ‘toxicity’ is the reason behind her resolution.

Due to her marriage with Pakistan star cricketer Shoaib Malik, she is usually topic to hate and trolls throughout an India-Pakistan recreation. The video posted by her comprises textual content, which reads: “Me disappearing from social media and toxicity on India vs Pakistan match day.”

Check Sania Mirza’s video right here…

Reacting to the reel, which has been captioned “bye,” former India cricketer Yuvraj Singh wrote, “Good Idea.”

Meanwhile, whereas Indian skipper Virat Kohli has known as the fixture to be ‘just another game’, Pakistan captain Babar Azam has acknowledged that his facet is assured of beating their neighbours for the primary time in a World Cup. India, given their World Cup report towards Pakistan, would begin overwhelming favourites.

Meanwhile, Aam Aadmi Party on Tuesday (October 19) demanded that the Indian cricket team ought to opt-out of their match towards Pakistan in ICC T20 World Cup in Dubai. During a press convention, Atishi, AAP MLA from Kalkaji mentioned, “We see people being attacked in Kashmir. I’m sure that even the Prime Minister agrees with the stand of not conducting the match (IND v PAK) as when in Opposition he used to question that when state-sponsored terrorism is taking place in India why should we play cricket with them?”

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) vice-president Rajeev Shukla on Monday (October 18) mentioned India may have to play arch-rivals Pakistan within the T20 World Cup as no staff can refuse to play one other facet in a event organised by International Cricket Council (ICC). The much-awaited high-octane conflict between Virat Kohli’s India and Babar Azam-led Pakistan within the upcoming T20 World Cup will happen on October 24 in Dubai.

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