While addressing students at British Parliament, Afridi said that Pakistan should not be demanding Kashmir as it has not been able to handle its own four provinces.
The 38 year-old all-rounder stressed that people were dying in Kashmir and it was painful to see that happen.
"Pakistan doesn't need Kashmir; it is not able to even handle the four provinces it has," said Afridi.
"Let Kashmir become a country. The people dying there should not die; humanity should stay alive. It pains to see people die there," he added.
It is not the first time that Afridi has commented on the Kashmir issue. Earlier this year too, he had tweeted on the matter saying, "appalling and worrisome situation ongoing in Kashmir," and urged the UN to intervene.
Afridi made the statement while addressing students at the British Parliament in London.