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Triple Talaq: Former Indian cricketer Mohammad Kaif praises SC verdict, gets trolled by Twitterati

Mohammad Kaif backed SC's judgement on Triple Talaq, but gets trolled instead.

Written by: India TV Buzz Desk, New Delhi [ Published on: August 23, 2017 15:26 IST ]
Mohammad Kaif trolled for backing SC's verdict on Triple Talaq

Former Indian cricketer Mohammad Kaif was quite a hit among cricket fans during his playing days. He is quite active on social media and keeps his fans updated about his whereabouts on his Twitter account. Recently, the cricketer became the subject of internet trolls when he expressed his appreciation towards the landmark judgement of SC on triple talaq. After the Supreme Court declared the inhumane act of triple talaq unconstitutional, Kaif took to Twitter to share his views. He wrote: 

Welcome decision by Supreme Court to declare #TripleTalaq unconstitutional. Will give Muslim women security. Gender justice is much needed

Immediately, hell broke loose among his Twitter followers. He started receiving brutal backlash for backing SC’s verdict on triple talaq. In no time, the former cricketer got trolled on Twitter. 

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Some even accused the cricketer for challenging the Holy Quran as he backed SC’s verdict. 

There was one who questioned the cricketer whether he was a Muslim or not. 

Also Read: Away from glare, victims grapple with import of triple talaq verdict


It’s not the first time that Mohd Kaif has been trolled for being a liberal India. Last month, he was trolled for playing chess with his son. People on Twitter termed it unislamic to play chess. Similarly, Mohammed Shami was trolled for posting pictures of his wife and daughter while celebrating latter’s second birthday. 

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