Don't kill the education: Rashid Khan, Rahmat Shah condemn Kabul school bombing

According to the United Nation, 46 girls and woman have been killed in the Kabul classroom suicide bombing on Friday, September 30.

Aakash SrivastavaAuthor

Updated - 04 October 2022 11:14 AM

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Afghanistan cricketers Rashid Khan and Rahmat Shah have expressed their sharp opinion over the latest suicide bomb attack in Kabul that reportedly killed more than ten people. According to the United Nation, 46 girls and women have been killed in the Kabul classroom suicide bombing on Friday, September 30.

The UN Mission in Afghanistan reportedly informed that the human toll from Friday's bombing in the Hazara neighbourhood of the Afghan capital has now raised to 53, and 110 people were injured in the explosion.

"Our human rights team continues documenting the crime: verifying facts & establishing reliable data to counter denial & revisionism," UN mission in Afghanistan tweeted. Meanwhile, a picture of a teenager sitting in sorrow with a school bag of his sister outside an ICU of the hospital in Kabul has surfaced online. The most heart-breaking picture,” wrote a person while sharing the pic.





Left shocked and stunned with the incident, Rashid Khan express his solidarity with the people of Afghanistan by sharing a picture of school kid on Twitter. "Kabul, “DontKillEducation” wrote Khan. Meanwhile, Rehmat Khan posted a similar picture with a heartbroken emoji.

Speaking of cricket, Afghanistan delivered an impressive show in the recently concluded Asia Cup 2022 and will be looking to repeat their performance in the upcoming T20 World Cup. The Afghanistan cricket team have been placed in Group 1 in the T20 World Cup along with defending champions Australia, New Zealand and England. Afghanistan will kick start their T20 World Cup campaign on October 22. In their opening game, they will be up against England.

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