Shoaib Malik reiterates Ramiz Raja to answer about deleted tweets


Karachi: Pakistan men’s team senior batsman Shoaib Malik wants former captain and now a renowned commentator Ramiz Raja to clarify the claims he made that his tweets were deleted by his manager.

The 38-year-old in a tweet wrote that talking on his retirement is professional but accusing his manager of disappearing Raja’s tweets is not true and is also incompetent as it is about their personal credibility.

“I agree to disagree on (my) retirement Ramiz Raja Bhai – this is about my profession – so all cool,” he wrote.

“But please clarify your tweet which implied that your tweets disappeared & were linked to my manager & I. None of which are true. This is about our personal credibility – not cool,” he added.

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It must be noted that earlier this month, Raja had advised Malik and Mohammad Hafeez to take retirement from international cricket with pride but Malik responded to his comments wittily and offered him to take the retirement together.

Raja again replied to Malik from his twitter account that he won’t be retiring from his job and also ask a series of questions. Later he accused Malik’s manager that his tweets were deleted by him as in the past he made his account.

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