Karachi: Former captain Ramiz Raja has clarified the buzz regarding the tweets that he made on Pakistan men’s team senior batsman Shoaib Malik were deleted.
The renowned commentator took to twitter and wrote it was a technical glitch and the matter is now sorted between him Malik’s manager.
“Shoaib Malik relax. Matter was sorted after talking with Ameem so all is cool. It was a technical glitch and nothing sinister. Stay safe!” he wrote.
@realshoaibmalik relax. Matter was sorted after talking with Ameem so all is cool. It was a technical glitch and nothing sinister. Stay safe!
— Ramiz Raja (@iramizraja) April 19, 2020
Malik earlier today in a tweet asked Raja to clarify the claims that his tweets were deleted by his manager.
I agree to disagree on (my) retirement @iramizraja bhai – this is about my profession – so all cool
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 https://t.co/z0wIDcSIND
— Shoaib Malik 🇵🇰 (@realshoaibmalik) April 19, 2020
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.