ISLAMABAD – Former Pakistan cricket staff captain Shahid Khan Afridi met with Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday.
Speaking to The Nation, Afridi, who is named Growth Growth, stated: “The essential objective of the assembly was to assist the PM in his mission of setting up homes for the poor. I introduced with me the individuals, who’ve lands and might help the federal government in building of 200 homes for the poor.
“I additionally requested Imran Khan to do one thing for the youth of tribal areas, as they’re robust and well-built. They will play essential position in serving to Pakistan cricket staff in future. I request the PM to assemble international-standard cricket academy in tribal belt, which might extremely profit the youth and the nation,” he added.
When requested whether or not he needs to assemble his personal academy for Fata youth, Afridi stated: “No, I don’t need to assemble any academy. I need the PM to begin academy in Fata and contain youth of tribal belt in wholesome sporting actions. I’m fairly hopeful that the PM can pay heed in direction of my strategies and order to ascertain a cricket academy in Fata quickly.”