Spinner Rashid cries for help amid fierce fighting in Afghanistan

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Afghanistan’s star leg spinner Rashid Khan on Tuesday shared an emotional post on his Twitter handle appealing to world leaders not to leave them in chaos.

Fierce fighting has been raging between the Taliban and government forces since the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan, and the Taliban have taken over more than half of the country.

The 22-year-old Afghan spinner has made an emotional appeal to world leaders for the people of his country in view of the tense situation in the country.

He wrote: “Dear World Leaders! My country is in chaos, thousands of innocent people, including children & women, get martyred every day, houses & properties being destructed”.

The leg spinner, who has played in several franchise leagues around the world, including India’s IPL, Pakistan’s PSL and Australia’s BBL, further said Don’t leave them in chaos, saying “Stop killing Afghans & destroying Afghanistan”. “We want peace”, he maintained.—Agencies

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