Rashid Khan's pain came to the fore after the Kabul attack, said - please stop killing Afghans

Posted on 27th Aug 2021 04:28 pm by rohit kumar

More than 70 people have lost their lives in the serial blasts in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan. Meanwhile, Afghanistan's star cricketer Rashid Khan has reacted to this incident in a tweet, which is becoming very viral. Rashid Khan wrote once again Kabul's blood has been shed, please stop killing Afghans. Afghanistan has been occupied by the Taliban and since then there has been turmoil in this country and the future of Afghanistan has been questioned. Rashid was recently seen playing in The Hundred tournament in England, during which he had made Afghanistan's flag on both sides of his face during a match.


Rashid has tweeted a lot about the situation in Afghanistan. Even when the Taliban began to take control of Afghanistan, Rashid had appealed to the world's powerful leaders through Twitter not to leave Afghanistan in this situation. Rashid plays for Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League (IPL) and will be seen playing in the second phase of IPL 2021. Even during The Hundred tournament, Rashid was very upset about the situation in Afghanistan. Former England cricketer Kevin Pietersen had told that Rashid is very worried about his family.


Question marks were also raised about Afghanistan's participation in the T20 World Cup after the Taliban capture, but the International Cricket Council (ICC) confirmed that Afghanistan will take part in this tournament. At least 70 people were killed in a serial blast near Kabul airport in Afghanistan on Thursday. 13 American soldiers also lost their lives in these blasts. The death toll in suicide bombings and shootings could rise further. Currently, ISIS-K has claimed responsibility for these attacks. US President Biden has warned terrorists of dire consequences.

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