Shahid Afridi announces charity match to help Dadu’s flood-hit people
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Boom Boom cricketer and former Pakistan cricket team captain Shahid Afridi Thursday reached Dadu where he announced organising a charity match for the rehabilitation of the flood-hit people, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
The former Pakistan skipper made this announcement during a meeting with Dadu Deputy Commissioner Syed Murtaza Ali Shah at the Deputy Commissioner’s House.
The Shahid Afridi Foundation will organise a charity match at Dadu Municipal Stadium for the rehabilitation of the flood-affected people.
Renowned national cricketers will participate in the match.
After a constructive visit to Balochistan, have just reached Dadu, Sindh. I'm grateful to @IDRFCanada who have helped @SAFoundationN in rehabilitating & providing relief to the flood affectees. I'm also thankful to MP @salmazahid15, who has graced our initiatives with her support pic.twitter.com/RyxREfj0K6— Shahid Afridi (@SAfridiOfficial) January 18, 2023
Shahid Afridi also agreed to play an active role in helping the flood victims along with the district administration and Pakistan Army.
Lieutenant Colonel (Lt-Col) Ejaz Karim and Dadu Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Dr Abdul Khaliq Pirzada were also present in the meeting.
Reporter: Kamran Korai