Irfan Junejo explains why he did not make Kashmir video

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ISLAMABAD: Pakistani YouTuber and vlogger Irfan Junejo has defended his decision not to make a video about the unilateral and unlawful Indian move to annex Kashmir and change its disputed status.

In a series of tweets on Saturday, Junejo explained the reasons behind his decision not to post anything about the Indian-occupied Kashmir.

“You may cancel me if you want to but I will NOT make a video about whatever is happening in Kashmir. NOT because I support the oppressors or I am afraid of losing Indian followers but because I also didn’t make a video when Quetta Hazaras were protesting with the dead bodies of their family members. ,” the vlogger wrote.

“I didn’t make a video when families of Shia missing persons were protesting. If I don’t make a video about something, it doesn’t mean I support it. I didn’t make a video for Sudan as well. Oh and btw Wasim Akram didn’t talk about it, neither did Shoaib Akhtar.”

“Sabko cancel kardo. Akele apne selective outrage main zinda raho aur dusron ko judge karte raho,” he lamented.

He, however, expressed his support for Hasan Minhaj who raised his voice for the cause of Kashmir.

“BTW, I fully support what Hasan Minhaj said on the topic. Ap dekh lein ja ke what he said. WHICH IS WHY I shared it on my insta story and retweeted it.

“MKBHD (American YouTuber) never made a video about Trump policies, UK YouTubers didn’t make videos on Brexit. If somebody is talking about this, good for them. Ajeeb apne andar sab activist banay hue hain!