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‘Salute to the brave champions’: Pakistan cricket team meets APS students


PUBLISHED : January 17, 2015

'Salute to the brave champions': Pakistan cricket team meets, APS students





‘Salute to the brave champions’: Pakistan cricket team meets APS students.

The PCB had also said the match gate money will go to the families of the deceased and for the rebuilding of the school.

PESHAWAR: As the country mourned the unforgettable loss of 150 lives on the one-month mark a day earlier, the Pakistan cricket team arrived in Peshawar to visit Army Public School (APS) students who are still under treatment at Combined Military Hospital (CMH).The team, which is scheduled to leave for the 2015 World Cup in Australia on Jan 21, showed solidarity with the victims of the deadly attack, with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) posting pictures of the visit on Twitter.If he can go to the same school after that heart breaking incident .Then everyone should b brave and can go to school.U can only assume the pain from ur home towns ..The pain is when u go to their home town and hear it from them.Pakistan team players visit APS Peshawar students.The cricketers led by Captain Misbah-ul-Haq were Shahid Afridi, Yasir Shah, Umer Akmal, Muhammad Irfan, Ahsan Adeel, Ahmed Shahzad, along with Manager Naveed Akram Cheema and Assistant Coach Shahid Aslam.The team inquired about the health of injured students still admitted at the hospital and expressed their condolences with family members of the victims who lose their lives in the attack.The cricket team was also expected to visit the Army Public School, but cancelled due to unknown reasons.Earlier, the Pakistan Cricket Board for its fourth ODI against New Zealand – which took place days after the APS attack – said players will mourn the Peshawar tragedy.“So we have decided to go ahead with the match and our players will wear black armbands in grief and observe a minute’s silence and flags will be lowered.”The PCB had also said the match gate money will go to the families of the deceased and for the rebuilding of the school.








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