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“I was poisoned”, said Afridi, shocked by the Pakistani player’s claim, “He made me . . .”

Many controversial incidents are constantly happening in Pakistan cricket circle. Incidents of fixing and factionalism are frequently exposed. The former Pakistan cricketer makes some statements that lead to controversy. Former cricketer Imran Nazir, who represented Pakistan for a long time at the international level, is now in the limelight due to a similar statement. He claimed that he was poisoned while playing cricket.

Nazir recently gave an interview on a YouTube channel. This time he made some shocking revelations. He said that someone poisoned him while he was playing cricket. he said,

“A few days ago, when I went to the hospital for health reasons, I realized something. Someone fed me mercury. As doctors say it is slow poison. I suffered from this for seven or eight years. However, nothing is known about who exactly did it.”

Nazir further said,

“After my career, I spent a lot of time in the hospital. Whatever wealth I had earned from playing cricket was spent on my treatment. When I had nothing, I asked Shahid Afridi for help. He also showed magnanimity and spent 50-60 lakh rupees on me. I will be indebted to him for the rest of my life.”

Imran Nazir was known as Pakistan’s aggressive opener. He gained a lot of fame in T20 cricket. However, his career ended prematurely. He represented Pakistan in 112 matches at international level.

(Imran Nazir Statement Someone Give Me Slow Poison Shahid Afridi Save Me)

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