Afghanistan cricketer Rashid Khan has appealed for peace and help from the world community amid the escalating violence in the country caused by the Taliban. The Afghan cricketer took to Twitter on Tuesday and urged the world leaders not to leave the countrymen in ‘chaos’.
Afghanistan has been facing huge violence since the US-led force decided to leave the war-torn nation after two decades of the deadly fight against the Taliban.
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In a very painful statement on Twitter, the star leg-spinner said that every day thousands of families are being displaced, this includes innocent people, children and women too. He further said that thousands of houses and properties got destructed.
“Stop killing Afghans and destroying Afghanistan,” Rashid said.
Skipper and all-rounder Mohammad Nabi has also appealed for support for the people of Afghanistan. “Afghanistan descends into chaos and there has been a substantial rise in calamity and tragedy and is currently in humanitarian crisis,” Nabi said on Twitter.
The situation in Afghanistan has deteriorated amid the ongoing fierce war between Taliban and Afghan military forces. Taliban has imposed Sharia law in hundreds of cities and small towns that it has captured in Afghanistan.