Daren Sammy receives ‘Sitara-e-Pakistan’ award
Peshawar Zalmi former captain and current head coach Daren Sammy has received the ‘Sitara-e-Pakistan’ award which was conferred to him last year.
On May 27, a short video was posted on social media by Daren Sammy in which he can be seen walking out of the house in a shalwar kameez.
In the caption of this short video, Daren Sammy wrote: Guess what I’m going to get today.
Later, he shared another photo on Twitter in which he was receiving Sitara-e-Pakistan. It was given to Daren Sammy in his native St. Lucia.
Darren Sammy wrote the caption, “There it is me, collecting the Sitara-e-Pakistan award. Such a proud moment.”
The former West Indies captain has been lauded by cricket fans for his services to the revival of cricket in Pakistan and was being congratulated on receiving the award.
Notably, on the revival and services of international cricket in Pakistan, the government of Pakistan had announced Sitara-e-Pakistan for Daren Sammy last year.
Former Peshawar Zalmi captain and current head coach Daren Sammy has always participated in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) in a unique way and highlighted the soft image of Pakistan in the world.