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Shahid Afridi’s Call for the inclusion of Kashmir-based franchise in PSL


Atta Ur Rehman KhanWeb Editor & Columnist

18th May, 2020. 11:31 pm
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Shahid Afridi

One of the magnificent player Shahid Afridi (Multan Sultan all-rounder) commented that he wants to prime a Kashmir-based Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise nearly in future.

Most probably, the former captain of Pakistan was taking share in the relief activities in particular areas of the Azad Jammu and Kashmir; he made this statement by saying that “I would request the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to name a team after Kashmir in the next edition of the PSL,” he said in a video that went viral on social media. “I want to lead that side before I end my career.”

He said, “Humbled by the response in Bagh and amazed at the resilience of Kashmiris. It’s an honor for @SAFoundationN to serve these people. Efforts of local administration in containing COVID-19 are remarkable. #DonateKaroNa #HopeNotOut.”

Moreover, there were certain speculations that a team from the beautiful country Kashmir would be one of the next added to the lucrative league.

He wrote on twitter, “Thank you Kashmir. I am truly out of words for the love, care and affection experienced in last few days. We are in it together and shall rise together. #HopeNotOut #DonateKaroNa.”

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The cricketer has also shown his love for Kashmiris on twitter, “It does not take a religious belief to feel the agony of Kashmiris..just a right heart at the right place. #SaveKashmir.”

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