Tennis ace Sania Mirza today expressed her concern over the shielding of the accused in the gruesome gang-rape and murder of eight-year-old Asifa Banu in Katua.
On Thursday, Sania took to social media to share her concerns. “Is this really the kind of country we want to be known as to the world today ?? If we can’t stand up now for this 8 year old girl regardless of our gender,caste,colour or religion then we don’t stand for anything in this world.. not even humanity.. makes me sick to the stomach,” she wrote on Twitter.
However, a certain Kichu Kanan Namo told Sania that she was a Pakistani, since she was married to cricketer Shoaib Malik, and suggested she should stay away from commenting on India’s problems.
Sania destroyed the troll with this stinging remark: “First of all nobody marries ‘into’ anywhere .. you marry a person! Secondly NO LOW LIFE like you will tell me which country I belong to.. I play for India,I am Indian and always will be.. nd maybe if u look beyond religion and country one day you may just also stand for humanity,” wrote Sania.