Mohammad Kaif's muslim fans trolled him again for being unrelegious and also asked him not to comment on issues on which he had the least knowledge    AFP (File Photo)
Mohammad Kaif’s muslim fans trolled him again for being unrelegious and also asked him not to comment on issues on which he had the least knowledge AFP (File Photo)

Indian cricketer Mohammad Kaif has of late been known to be open about social issues, especially on social media. Having been faced the backlash of his Muslim fans, he was again at it on Tuesday, when he posted a welcome tweet on the verdict of the triple talaq by Supreme Court. Following his welcome tweet on the verdict, his Muslim fans trolled him again for being unreligious and also asked him not to comment on issues which he had the least knowledge of. Nevertheless, Kaif’s welcome tweet was also supported by other renowned Twitteratis, who too supported the verdict on the same by the honourable Supreme Court.

Earlier Kaif, who was recently trolled on social media following a backlash over playing chess along with his son, had hit back at the trollers, saying that playing any sport is a way to break any barriers, that includes religion as well. Kaif was slammed by fellow Muslims on social media, claiming that playing chess is considered a sin in Islam. They also urged him not to indulge in playing chess ever again. However, Kaif was sceptical about it as he gave a befitting reply to the haters and trollers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When u are playing a sport, it s one of the best ways to break barriers of caste, creed, religion. Wish everyone plays more. #SportsBeyondReligion, said Kaif on a social media post. Moreover, Kaif got support from a few of the fellow Muslims, who too hit back at the trollers. People who are accusing him should look at themselves first. He was playing with his son. There is nothing wrong with it, said Imam Sajid Rashidi, a Muslim cleric from Delhi, as reported by DNA.