Zainab Abbas, a well-known Pakistani presenter who is covering the upcoming World Cup 2023, was deported by India in a move that has received a lot of negative feedback on social media.
Zainab Abbas was expelled after claims she tweeted disparaging things about India and the Hindu religion eight years ago, according to an Indian lawyer.
The attorney then asked the Delhi Police to file an FIR against Zainab Abbas for her tweets after filing a cybercrime case against her.
The Pakistan-born presenter who was covering the major event in India is said to have moved to Dubai as a result of the incident.
Speculation has been rampant, with some sources claiming that the ICC is powerless to combat what they perceive to be Indian propaganda.
Uncertainty surrounds the purpose and timing of finding previous tweets for well-known sports presenter Zainab Abbas, who covers several major sporting events. Although it has not yet been established whether Zainab is the author of the tweets.
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This incident has sparked questions about press freedom and the hospitality shown to foreign media professionals, particularly during the World Cup.
The Pakistani team’s pre-World Cup trip to Dubai for team bonding was abruptly postponed last month because the players still needed visas to enter India.