Karachi: Pakistan’s former captain Sarfaraz Ahmed has come forward to help needy families suffering through a difficult time due to current lockdown in the country.
In a video message, Sarfaraz revealed that he and his family is making sure to play their part in helping his countrymen in this situation.
“I and my family are making a small effort to help needy people out there. Under the banner of Sarfaraz Ahmed Academy, we are contributing to this cause. I would like to invite people to step-up and join us in this initiative,” he said.
It must be noted here that several Pakistani cricketers have come up to support their countrymen in this challenging situation. Former flamboyant all-rounder Shahid Khan Afridi is running ration drive in remote areas of the country under the banner of his welfare trust ‘Shahid Afridi Foundation’.
Cricketer-turned-commentator Wasim Akram, national team all-rounder Imad Wasim and Test skipper Azhar Ali have donated one million each to ‘Prime Minister Relief Fund for COVID-19’.
Former Test batsman Basit Ali has also announced to donate his Youtube Channel’s earning to PM Khan’s fund to fight with coronavirus.