PM Imran Khan advises Shaheen Afridi to work arduous and proceed to play his constructive function for Pakistan cricket
By APP & Web Desk
January 21, 2022
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan Thursday hoped that Lahore Qalandars might win the seventh version of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) and appreciated the efficiency of Shaheen Shah Afridi within the T20 World Cup 2021.
The prime minister was chatting with SAPM for Youth Affairs Usman Dar, Lahore Qalandars’ head coach Aaqib Javed, CEO Rana Atif and skipper Shaheen Afridi at his workplace in Islamabad.
During the assembly, the Lahore Qalandars delegation knowledgeable the PM concerning the expertise hunt programme held lately in collaboration with the Kamyab Jawan Programme and the inclusion of found younger expertise within the subsequent PSL.
PM Imran Khan appreciated Lahore Qalandars and Kamyab Jawan Programme for his or her efforts.
He appreciated the efficiency of Shaheen Shah Afridi within the T20 World Cup 2021 and suggested him to work arduous and proceed to play his constructive function for Pakistan cricket.
“The selection of young captain is a good decision of Lahore Qalandars management,” the premier stated.
He stated that the youth have all the time modified the outcomes, including “Lahore Qalandars have created their own unique position in the franchise, holding talent hunt at the grassroots level is their speciality.”
The prime minister stated that it’s a pleasure to see new expertise performing within the league.
“There is no doubt that PSL has become a big brand of Pakistan. I am hopeful that people will see the best matches in the seventh edition.”
The premier stated the federal government was giving particular consideration to the promotion of sports activities within the nation.
He stated 68% of the nation’s inhabitants consisted of youth and offering alternatives to them for exhibiting their potential was a prime precedence of his authorities.
He stated the federal government was guaranteeing to uphold expertise within the number of gamers.