Pakistani Cricketer, Shahid Afridi has urged girls to live their lives according to the Islamic principles, during visit to Bakhtawar Girls Cadet College.
According to the sources, Shahid Afridi visited the Bakhtawar Girls Cadet College in Nawabshah,on Wednesday.
Bakhtawar Girls Cadet College’s principal Brigadier (Retd) Dr Muhammad Amin invited the cricketer.
Moreover, Tableeghi Jamaat was also invited and they accompanied Shahid Afridi during his visit.
While speaking to the students of the college, Afridi talked about female rights in Islam and urged them to follow Islamic principles in life.
He also shared his life story as a cricketer and what lead him towards the preaching religion.
He urged female cadets to study hard but also participate in sports at the same time. “Focus on your studies, social media and mobile phones are time wasting tools,” he said.
Afridi revealed that he thought about leaving the sport as certain captains wanted to end his career.
“However, I got a lot of help from Islam and Tableegh,” he said.
While sharing his thoughts on the appointment of the new PCB chief, Afridi said he expected Ramiz Raja to lead Pakistan cricket in a positive direction.
Earlier in January, former Pakistani skipper Shahid Afridi opened up about the controversy between fast bowler Muhammad Amir and the coaches saying that such behavior had become a tradition of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).
Afridi said the PCB management should treat the players like their own children and should establish a relationship with them like father and son.
The PCB should have informed Muhammad Amir earlier about his future, he said. He also said that Shoaib Malik should have been brought back before the T20 World Cup.
Previously, the fast bowler Muhammad Amir, criticising the head coach Misbah ul Haq and bowling coach Waqar Younis, had said, “Coaches are so diplomatic. What they say while speaking to the media is totally different from what they carry in their hearts”.
Moreover, Amir has refused to play with the current management team due to their mindsets.
Amir said respective education was required to become a coach. “If someone is a good player, it doesn’t mean he could be a good coach as well.
On the other hand, Misbah Ul Haq expressed disappointment while speaking to media saying that in 2016 he brought Muhammad Amir in the team and supported him in every possible way. He also clarified that he didn’t have any personal grudge against Amir.
Waqar Younis revealed that he supported Amir during Najam Sethi’s time but he’s really saddened to hear Muhammad Amir’s statement.