Afghanistan: Family of cricketer Rashid Khan trapped in Afghanistan said this to Kevin Peters – Afghan cricketer Rashid Khan family trapped in Afghanistan

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Pietersen says that Rashid is currently unable to take out his family. According to media reports, it is not possible to operate a flight to any country from Kabul’s Hamid Karzai International Airport. Rashid is currently playing for Trent Rockets in The Hundred League in the UK. Missed being terrible. The people of Afghanistan are now taking any route to leave the country. Even President Ashraf Ghani has left the country for Kazakhstan. In that, now Afghan power is in the hands of Taliban terrorists.

At the same time, Rashid Khan, who is playing cricket league in Britain, is also in serious trouble. His family is trapped among the Taliban in Afghanistan. Former England captain Kevin Pietersen says spinner Rashid Khan is ‘terrified’ by the current tense situation in Afghanistan. Pietersen said that at present Rashid is not able to take his family out of the country.

According to a media report, at present it is not possible to operate flights to any country in the world from Kabul’s Hamid Karzai International Airport. Rashid is currently playing for Trent Rockets in The Hundred League in the UK.

Significantly, just a few days ago, cricketer Rashid Khan saw the brutality of Taliban in Afghanistan and appealed to the world leaders on Twitter to save the Afghan people. Rashid Khan, one of the best spinners in the world, tweeted, “Dear leaders around the world, my country is in trouble and thousands of people including women and children are being killed every day.” Homes and property are being destroyed. People have been forced to leave their homes. Don’t leave us alone in such a terrible situation. Save Afghanistan and its people from destruction. we want peace.

The Taliban has been at war with the US-backed Afghan government since 2001. The rise of Taliban in Afghanistan is also America’s day and the same Taliban has now become a headache for America. When the Soviet Union deployed troops to Afghanistan in the 1980s, the United States instigated the local mujahideen with weapons and training. As a result, the Soviet Union was defeated, but the Taliban, a radical terrorist organization, was born in Afghanistan.
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