India releases video of former Pakistani fast bowler Mohammed Amir battling Kovid 19

India is struggling with the second wave of the Karna virus. Over 4 lakh coronary cases are reported every day in India. Patients in India do not get oxygen cylinders and beds in hospitals during the corona crisis. Many local and foreign dignitaries have come forward to help in this difficult time. Former Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir also expressed concern over India’s corona crisis. He sent prayers for India.

“India, my heartfelt prayers are with you. Remember that we are with you through our prayers during this difficult time. May Allah bless us all,” Amir said in a video released on Twitter. Apart from Aamir, former Pakistan fast bowler, Pakistan cricket captain Babar Azam, Shoaib Akhtar and many other cricketers have sent their prayers to India. Mohammad Amir, who retired from international cricket last year, is now playing in foreign leagues only.

Significantly, Mohammed Amir has strongly cursed the management of the team after he retired from international cricket last year. He has revealed on his YouTube channel that he is retiring as head coach Misbah-ul-Haq and bowling coach Walker Younis. Accusing both of them, saying that I am not playing test cricket for the money and only focusing on T20, these people are filling the minds of others.

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