Amritsar Tragedy Victims: They may not have had a great past against each other in the past, but Shahid Afridi’s warm message for Amritsar tragedy victims may have impressed Gautam Gambhir. Gambhir took to Twitter to respond to Afridi’s post for Amritsar victims. Gambhir’s post read, “While there may be history between me and @SAfridiOfficial but i really appreciate his gesture of expressing grief for d families of Amritsar train accident victims. Am sure everyone in India welcomes such gestures. A big thanks to @shoaib100mph too for his condolences.”

Earlier, within 24 hours of the mishap, Afridi took to Twitter and posted, “Really tragic incident in India. Condolences with the affected families may Allah give them the strength to overcome the loss. May Allah protect us all.”

Recently, he led Delhi to the final of the tournament and also ended as the second highest run scorer with 518 runs from 10 matches at an average of 51.80. He also scored a couple of centuries, one against Haryana in the quarterfinal in Bengaluru and the other one came against Kerala in Delhi.

Earlier, on 19th October 2018, a day when India was immersed in the ecstasy of Dussehra, Amritsar had nothing, but grief and sorrow to encounter after 61 people were killed in a train accident.