Rashid Khan tweet on Afghanistan I rashid khan prays for peace development and unite country on afghanistan’s independence day
- Taliban has captured Afghanistan, after which the situation is very bad
- afghanistan had independence day on thursday
- Afghanistan cricket team’s star all-rounder Rashid Khan made an emotional tweet
Kabul: The situation in Afghanistan is very bad at the moment. The Taliban occupied Afghanistan and have now entered the cricket headquarters as well. The atmosphere in Afghanistan is very bad and people are running here and there to save their lives. Meanwhile, the star all-rounder Rashid Khan of the Afghanistan cricket team has made an emotional tweet on the occasion of the country’s Independence Day.
Afghanistan’s Independence Day was on 19 August. Rashid Khan expressed his pain by tweeting. The star all-rounder tweeted, ‘Today we take out some time to value our country and never forget the sacrifices made. We are hope and prayer for a peaceful, developed and united country. Insha-Allah. happy Independence Day.’
Rashid Khan is currently playing The Hundred tournament in England. However, he is fully aware of the current situation in Afghanistan and is hoping that the situation in the country gets better soon. Not long ago, Rashid Khan appealed to the world leaders not to leave Afghanistan in a bad condition.
The all-rounder had tweeted, ‘Dear world leaders. My country is in trouble. Thousands of innocent people, including children and women, are getting martyred every day. Homes and property are being destroyed. Thousands of families have moved out of their places. Don’t leave us in trouble. Stop killing Afghans and save Afghanistan from ruin. We want peace.
Remind that the Taliban have also entered the office of the Afghanistan Cricket Board. According to former Afghanistan player Abdul Mazari, the country’s cricket is well protected. He had tweeted, ‘Talibanians love cricket. He had given his support from the very beginning.
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