Afghanistan cricketers Ki family a Taliban| Afghanistan cricket team ACB CEO Hamid Shinwari react to Afghanistan cricketers family Evacuation Request issue| Afghanistan cricketers and Taliban| Afghanistan cricket board| Afghanistan Taliban Crisis|

Afghanistan cricketers Ki family a Taliban| Afghanistan cricket team ACB CEO Hamid Shinwari react to Afghanistan cricketers family Evacuation Request issue| Afghanistan cricketers and Taliban| Afghanistan cricket board| Afghanistan Taliban Crisis|

Afghanistan cricketers and Taliban

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  • Afghanistan-Taliban crisis
  • Worried about cricketers family
  • Surprising statement of Cricketer Board

Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) CEO Hamid Shinwari has said that no cricketer has made any requests to expel his family from the country since the Taliban took over. Recently there have been reports in which players expressed concern about the future of their families. Along with this, he also mentioned the difficulties the family was facing in leaving Afghanistan.

Let us tell you that there has been turmoil in Afghanistan since the Taliban took power and thousands of people are fleeing the country every day. Many people are worried about their lives, while some are seeing the coming time as bleak. There is also a cloud of uncertainty looming over the future of cricket. After the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan, the Taliban began to capture provinces one after the other. The Taliban also seized the capital, Kabul, last week.

However, Shinwari is claiming that at present no Afghan cricketers want to expel their family from the country. He also confirmed that the Afghanistan team is preparing for their upcoming series against Pakistan. In a conversation with Supports, he said, ‘This is a completely baseless rumour. No player has come till now with the intention of taking his family out of the country. I have been managing the cricket board ever since the Taliban took power. The Taliban has been supportive so far.

He further said, ‘I have not received any request till now and the cricketers are committed to play. Fortunately for the last two days, the camp of cricketers has started to prepare for the upcoming series with Pakistan. Significantly, Afghanistan and Pakistan will meet in a three-match ODI series from September 3. This series will be played in Sri Lanka due to security concerns.

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