Peshawar: Renowned Pakistani cricketer Younas Khan on Tuesday visited Army Public School in Peshawar and offered Fateha for the peace of martyred souls of the school.
On this occasion Younas Khan handed over goods on the behalf of New Zealand and Pakistani cricket teams to the school administration.
Younas Khan told media that NewZealand and Pakistani Cricket Team players were very shocked over the tragic incident and they were mentally disturbed. To express solidarity with bereaved families NewZealand and Pakistani players have sent their personal kits, trousers, shirts, capes and other things which they have been using in international cricket matches.
NewZealand Cricket Team, he said has also sent some cash in two envelops which he would submit in Army Public School’s account. ” i don’t know how much this amount is as these envelopes are sealed” Younas said while showing envelopes to media.
Start Cricketer said that he expresses heartily sympathies with the bereaved families and praying to Allah to grant them fortitude to tolerate this great loss. He said these children were future of Pakistan and he being a father can feel the agony of those parents who lost their children.
Younas said that he will also visit CMH Peshawar to inquire health of the injured students . Younas said he has come to Peshawar to share the grief of the people of this land where he played for years.
Younas Khan paid a visit to Peshawar school in a tight security victims of Peshawar incident.
Talking to media, Younas Khan showed his grief over the barbaric attack on Peshawar children and vowed to stay with the bereaved families..
Younas said New Zeeland Cricket team’s manager had given him his hand written condolence letter which on the occasion was read out to media by commentators Haris Khan.
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