Mohammed Shami: Indian cricket team's experienced fast bowler Mohammed Shami has been away from the team for some time. Mohammed Shami has not played a single match since the ICC ODI World Cup 2023 ended in November last year. He is constantly troubled by an ankle injury, and it seems very difficult for him to make a comeback at the moment. These days, Mohammed Shami is making a lot of headlines with his reactions away from the cricket field, who is giving interviews to some media channel every day.
Mohammed Shami said something special about Jai Shri Ram
Mohammed Shami, who recently won the Arjuna Award for India, gave another interview, where he won the hearts of the fans with his views regarding the slogans of Jai Shri Ram. Despite Mohammed Shami belonging to a Muslim community, after hearing what he said about Jai Shri Ram, you will also become his fan and your respect for Mohammed Shami will also increase.
Shami said- Say Jai Shri Ram a thousand times, it does not make any difference.
Mohammed Shami, who emerged as the biggest hero for Team India in the World Cup 2023, said something very special and heart touching in an interview given to a news channel regarding the slogan of Jai Shri Ram, Shami believes that Jai Shri Ram It doesn't matter if you say Ram a thousand times. He clearly said that he has no objection to Jai Shri Ram. He believes that all religions have their own beliefs, hence no one should be affected by anyone's religious slogan. With this, Shami really won the hearts of the Hindu brothers of our country.
There is no difference in speaking about one's religion – Mohammed Shami
While talking with News 18 channel, Mohammed Shami said that, “In every religion you will find 4-5 people who do not like the other person. I have no objection to this. Like the issue of prostration came up. If your temple is being built today, then it is better to say Jai Shri Ram. What problem does anyone have? Say it a thousand times, you say it a thousand times. If I have to say Allah U Akbar, I will say it a thousand times. What difference does it make? No one has any say in this. But the one who plays the game Yes, he can play.”