‘We want peace,' pleaded Rashid Khan on Afghanistan terror attack and Taliban

Afghanistan star leg spinner Rashid Khan has appealed to all the world leaders to stop violence happening in his country after the Taliban takeover. Khan pleaded and said, ‘We want peace.’

Reflecting on the dreaded terror attack in Kabul airport, that happened on Thursday, which killed so many innocent lives, Rashid took to Twitter and wrote, “Kabul is bleeding again, stop killing Afghan please.”

In a horrifying terror attack, as many as 73 people were killed, including several children and 13 US military personnel. The multiple bomb blasts in Kabul Airport took over the international headlines, blaming the US government for withdrawing its troops from Afghanistan.

The Taliban, which is currently ruling the country, condemned the attack and said that the attack took place in the US-controlled area.

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This is the second time when Rashid Khan appealed to the World leaders. Earlier the spinner asked the international community for the help of his people. 

“Dear World Leaders! My country is in chaos, thousands of innocent people, including children & women, get martyred everyday, houses & properties being destructed. A thousand families displaced. Don’t leave us in chaos. Stop killing Afghans & destroying Afghaniatan. We want peace,” Rashid had written.

The Taliban took over the control of almost entire Afghanistan after the US government made its mind to withdraw the US military troops from Afghanistan. Slowly Talibani’s charged forth and captured the capital city Kabul.

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