Younis Khan Visits Terrorist Struck APSC Peshawar

Younis Khan Visits Terrorist Struck APSC Peshawar

The star Pakistani batsman Younis Khan today visited Army Public School & College (APSC) Peshawar, KPK, Pakistan. APSC Peshawar was attacked by Taliban terrorists on 16 December 2014 by seven members of TTP, a radical Muslim outfit. The APSC Peshawar massacre took lives of total 145 people including 132 schoolchildren.

Pakistan cricket team played a test match against New Zealand after the day APSC was attacked. The match was not postponed or cancelled with officials referring “we would not let cricket lose in the hands of terrorists”.

Younis Khan also brought cricket kits sent by New Zealand cricket team. The manager of New Zealand cricket also sent a cheque of an undisclosed amount for renovation of the school.

Imran Hunzai
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