Shoaib Akhtar Walks Out of the PTV Show After being Insulted by Nauman Niaz

Former fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar walks out live in protest against the misbehavior of the host on the state-run TV game ‘Game On Hai’ about the match between Pakistan and New Zealand in the T20 World Cup. Hosted by Dr. Noman Niaz on the performance of the Green Shirts against New Zealand, the PTV show was attended by Shoaib, Surveen Richards, and David Gowers, among others.

Shoaib Akhtar Walks Out of GAME ON HAI After being insulted by Dr. Nauman Niaz

Shoaib Akhtar was talking about Aqib Javed on Game On Hai during the T20 live match and said that this was the boy who was brought in through Aqib Javed, Lahore Qalanders, and the Players Development Program. In a video, Lahore Qalandars, a Pakistan Super League franchise, is credited with discovering Shoaib Harris Rauf. Noman Niaz suddenly told Shoaib Akhtar that it was quite inappropriate, I don’t want to say that but if you are becoming over smart then you can go. Meanwhile, Shoaib, who was constantly smiling, suddenly looked surprised in the video. Noman Niaz then ignored Shoaib and started talking to the next guest and announced to take a break without giving Shoaib a chance to talk about his behavior.

After the break, Shoaib Akhtar politely excused and left the show saying:

“A lot of apologies guys, a lot of apologies. I am resigning from PTV. The way I have been treated on national TV, I don’t think I should be sitting here right now. So, I am resigning. Thank you very much”.

What do you think about this issue? Shoaib Akhtar is a national player and he has been playing amazingly for Pakistan for years. As an experienced and former player, he deserves respect. Let us know in the comments section below about your thoughts on this incident that happened live on PTV.

Javeria Awan
Javeria Awan
Javeria is a writer who delivers engaging and informative news on sports to readers of Ten Sports TV Website.



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