Pakistani badminton player Mahoor Shahzad has apologized for her remarks blaming her opponent players for being “desirous” of her and calling them out as “Pathans” while explaining that her remarks were never intended to hurt the “Pathan people group”.
Shahzad’s video had circulated around the web on social media on July 27, where she lashed out at rival players and called them “Pathans”, which numerous individuals found disagreeable and unseemly.
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The 24-year-old star’s remarks drew judgment from some social media clients for being obtuse towards the sensations of a specific local area in her denigration to a couple of people. She proceeded with that her dad was likewise blamed for paying off the Pakistan Badminton Federation.
Without taking names, she said another individual badminton player had addressed writers, asserting it was her entitlement to contend in the Olympics. The player clarified that what she said in her last interview was explicit with respect to the people who attempted to discolor her standing and put her under pressure prior and then afterward the Olympic
Mahoor, an alum of the Institute of Business Administration (IBA), shot to the spotlight with her exhibitions at the public level first prior to advancing toward international games. The Pakistan Olympic Association (POA) on June 1 had affirmed Mahoor’s spot in the Tokyo Olympics and the POA chief Lt Gen (R) Syed Arif Hasan praised her on the accomplishment.
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