Karachi: The Former Test cricketer Shahid Afridi said that he wants to do something for humanity and does not want to be the Prime Minister.
Talking about Kashmir Premier League, all-rounder Shahid Afridi said that the Prime Minister comes for a few years, I am the Prime Minister for the rest of my life.
Afridi said that “when I was working amid the days of Coronavirus, people often mistook and concluded that, perhaps, I want to be the Prime Minister, because giving needy people what they deserve is a bigger task. I will continue to serve them.”
On the atrocities taking place in occupied Kashmir, Shahid Afridi resented that there is a need to raise a voice against it. The Indian government is doing in Kashmir what it did in Gujarat. The issue of Kashmir should be raised all over the world.
Talking about cricket, he said that in the past, Shoaib Akhtar, Abdul Razzaq, and I were abused. Now this behavior must come to an end. The CCB should groom itself along with the players.