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ISLAMABAD: President Jammu and the Kashmir Safety Movement (JKSM) Altaf Ahmed Bhatt has praised former Pakistani leader Shahid Afridi for demanding to include the Kashmir team in the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
“I hope that there will be a team from Kashmir in the upcoming edition of PSL. I also want to play for the team, “Afridi said during his visit to Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) on Saturday.
Speaking during a ration distribution ceremony in the AJK district in Bagh, Bhatt said that Afridi’s desire to make the Kashmir team part of the PSL “has become the voice of millions of Kashmiris.”
The JKSM president said it was his dream that the PSL match was held in Srinagar “when the hearts of young Kashmiri beats with the Pakistani cricket team”.
He said the people of Kashmiri Residents always support the Pakistani cricket team whenever they encounter India.
Bhatt also paid tribute to Kashmir’s Chief King Nisar Shaiq for mobilizing the Kashmir cricket team and introducing it to the world.
He also suggested that Kashmiris from both sides of the border be part of the Kashmir cricket team and should be given the opportunity to play international matches as well.
Explaining Afridi as the good ambassador of the people of Kashmir, Bhatt expressed his hope that the cricket legend will continue to highlight the cause of Kashmir globally.
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