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‘Ridiculous and dangerous’: Pakistan assistant coach Azhar Mahmood to take legal action against false allegations | Cricket News – Times of India

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NEW DELHI: Pakistan men’s team assistant coach Azhar Mahmood has announced plans to take legal action against those spreading false allegations about his family following Pakistan’s early exit from the T20 World Cup. Mahmood expressed his distress over these claims and emphasized their baseless nature, urging people to avoid engaging with such narratives.T20 World Cup Schedule | Points Table | Stats”I have heard some false allegations and narratives circulating on social media and other media platforms. I categorically state that these allegations are entirely baseless and false, and it is extremely upsetting to hear them,” Mahmood wrote on X.Mahmood warned that speaking without evidence and misconstruing facts is a criminal offense. He criticized the culture of gaining media attention through false accusations and confirmed his intention to pursue legal advice.”This culture of falsely accusing and misleading people to believe a false narrative is now getting ridiculous and dangerous. Speaking without evidence and misconstruing facts is a criminal offence, and those engaging in such behaviour will be dealt with through legal action,” he wrote. “Pursuing an increase in followers and media attention by spreading falsehoods is downright unacceptable. I will be pursuing legal advice against those responsible for making these false allegations towards me and my family, and strict action will be taken accordingly. We will not be discussing this matter further on social media. I urge everyone to avoid engaging with or entertaining these harmful narratives as it is essential to put an end to such behaviour in our media culture,” Mahmood added.Earlier, in an ANI report, citing Geo News sources, reported that skipper Babar Azam also plans to take legal action against YouTubers and former cricketers who accused him of ‘misconduct’ during the T20 World Cup campaign. The Pakistan Cricket Board is reportedly involved in collecting evidence related to these statements.


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