Former Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq has acquired criticism for his current sexist remarks about Pakistan Girls all-rounder Nida Dar in a present. Razzaq has been recognized up to now as somebody who tends to cross controversial statements, however this time he went too far and was deservedly referred to as out.
In a present on Neo Information in Pakistan, Razzaq and Dar had been each invited as friends. In one of many segments of the present, the subject of ladies in sports activities was introduced up for dialogue.
Whereas Nida Dar was explaining how passionate she is about enjoying the game, Razzaq started interjecting together with his personal absurd opinions. He first handed stereotypical feedback, remarking that girls’s cricketers strive exhausting to turn into as profitable as males’s cricketers.
He went on to cross extra misogynistic feedback on Nida Dar’s look and in addition on how exhausting her palms had turn into enjoying the sport. Razzaq additionally stated girls’s cricketers lose the desire to marry as soon as they utterly devour themselves in cricket.
“Their subject is as such. After they turn into cricketers, they attempt to be as equal as their male counterparts, if not higher than them. They wish to show that not solely males, however they will additionally do it as properly. The sensation [to get married] is gone [by the time they excel]. In the event you shake her palms, you will not even really feel she’s a lady.”
Here’s a video of the identical:
Twitterati slams Abdul Razzaq for sexist feedback
Followers on Twitter had been shocked to listen to what Abdul Razzaq needed to say about girls’s cricket. They felt that for a participant who has represented Pakistan on the highest stage, his statements had been pathetic and condemned his phrases.
Additionally they slammed him for his stereotypical feedback. Here is what the followers needed to say:
It stays to be seen whether or not Abdul Razzaq will apologize for his feedback that had been in poor style and made Nida Dar uncomfortable on nationwide tv.