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"I suppose from the little things I've heard it sounds a bit misconstrued and it's not exactly the words I said.
Whatever he had said in Kanpur he used the word 'if' and the meaning of it was misconstrued," Maheshwari told the media here.
"These comments could easily be misconstrued when we win games but no-one wants to do it then.
"It was definitely misconstrued, the statement that I made...
Unfortunately, I find it has been misconstrued as a letter written by an ungrateful and thoughtless pensioner.
"Political leaders have misconstrued Zardaris statement to make it more anti-establishment," he added.
If I say anything it will be misconstrued and further turned around, let me not even use big words.
The 24-year-old added: "I want to apologise for my comments which seem to have been misconstrued."
But the decision of many top managers to rotate their squad for games in the competition should not be misconstrued as a lack of interest in the tournament.
Talking to a private TV channel, he expressed full capabilities of State to deal with challenges faced, and said that desire for dialogue should not be misconstrued as any sign of weakness of federation.
And now, Bridgewater has resigned from her post, insisting upon her innocence and claiming her involvement had been "misconstrued".
Easterby appealed on the grounds that there was insufficient material on the basis of which a reasonable committee decision could have been made, and that in making the decision the committee misconstrued or failed to apply or wrongly applied Rule 155 of the Rules of Racing.
The actress recently launched the website www.mischabarton.celebuzz.com in the hopes of correcting the misconstrued stories surrounding her life.
Lisa Kasteler said: "They love each other but demands on their time have created a significant time apart, which could be misconstrued as a more permanent situation.
"Sharif brothers misconstrued that Potohar and Seraiki are just names of languages," Stressing the historical importance of the Saraiki and Potohar areas he said that the history of Pakistan was associated with Potohar and Seraiki regions.