Afghan cricketer Rashid Khan on Tuesday bid the world chiefs not to leave his country in turmoil, as the fights escalated between the Afghan powers and Taliban warriors following the withdrawal of US troops from the country.
Taking to Twitter,Afghan Cricketer Rashid Khan said a great many ladies and youngsters are being killed consistently in Afghanistan.
Dear world pioneers! My nation is in bedlam, a large number of guiltless individuals, including kids and ladies, get martyred each day, houses and properties being annihilated. A great many families uprooted,”Afghan Cricketer Rashid Khan composed.
Taliban holds onto two additional urban communities
In the interim, the Afghan Taliban proceeded with their quick development and held onto a more area Tuesday, taking the vital urban areas of Fatah and Pul-e-Khumri.
“The Taliban are presently in the city,” Baghlan MP Mamoor Ahmadzai told AFP before.
“They have brought their banner up in the fundamental square and on lead representative’s place of business.”
The Taliban affirmed their seizure in independent tweets.
Six of the other commonplace capitals to have fallen since Friday are in the nation’s north, with the agitators focusing on Mazar-I-Sharif, the district’s greatest city.
Its fall would flag the all out breakdown of government control in the customarily against Taliban north.
Afghan Cricketer Rashid Khan is chief of the public group in Twenty20 International (T20I) matches. In establishment associations, he plays for Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League (IPL), Adelaide Strikers in Australia’s Big Bash League (BBL), Lahore Qalandars in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) and the Band-e-Amir Dragons in Afghanistan. He bowls right-arm leg turn and bats right-handed
Afghan Cricketer Rashid Khan was one of the eleven cricketers to play in Afghanistan’s first since forever Test match, against India, in June 2018. He returned the most costly bowling figures by a debutant in a country’s lady Test match In September 2019, he drove the group in the oddball Test against Bangladesh, and at 20 years old years and 350 days, turned into the most youthful cricketer to commander a Test match side.
In June 2017, Afghan Cricketer Rashid Khan took the best bowling figures for a partner country in a One Day International (ODI) match In February 2018, he turned into the most youthful player to top the ICC Player Rankings for bowlers in ODIs. Later that very month, he likewise beat the ICC Player Rankings for bowlers in T20Is. In September 2018, he turned into the main part in the ICC’s all-rounder rankings, following his presentation at the 2018 Asia Cup.
In March 2018, during the 2018 Cricket World Cup Qualifier, he captained Afghanistan without precedent for an ODI match. At 19 years old years and 165 days, he turned into the most youthful player to chief a worldwide side. In the last of the Cricket World Cup Qualifier, against the West Indies, Khan turned into the quickest and most youthful bowler to take 100 wickets in ODIs when he excused Shai Hope.Afghan Cricketer Rashid Khan took 44 matches to take his 100th excusal, breaking the past record of 52 matches, set by Mitchell Starc of Australia. In June 2018, he turned into the quickest bowler, as far as time, to take 50 wickets in T20Is. He arrived at the achievement in two years and 220 days, in the principal T20I against Bangladesh.[1