Babar was asked about the tweets from Haris Rauf and Shaheen Afridi about his captaincy on the eve of the commencement of the New Zealand series, and he responded to the reporter in a way that was appropriate.
After Pakistan lost 3-0 to England at home, Babar Azam’s leadership was roundly criticised. Ramiz Raja, the head of the Pakistan Cricket Board, was later dismissed, along with the Muhammad Wasim-led selection committee, before rumours about Babar’s potential dismissal from his position started to circulate. Later, his teammates Haris Rauf and Shaheen Afridi tweeted their support. Babar was questioned about the two tweets on the eve of the New Zealand series, and he responded to the reporter in a way that was appropriate.
(Babar Azam is the pride, strength, and identity of both us and Pakistan. He will continue to serve as our captain. Don’t even consider doing otherwise),” Shaheen had written on Twitter following Pakistan’s defeat by England in the third Test.“Babar Azam hamari or Pakistan ki Shan, jaan or pehchan hai. Wo Hamara kaptaan hai or rahe ga.