Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Peace XI celebrating. PHOTO: MUHAMMAD IQBAL/EXPRESS TRIBUNE
The game was held between Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Peace XI and Pakistan Peace XI at the Arbab Niaz Stadium.
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imran khan zindabad
For ages something has happened in Peshawar where they can take their minds of what’s happening and just enjoy themselves! MashAllah it feels great seeing those players come and play! Evenmore not all are natives of KPK and are from Punjab! So it feels good to see a movement between the provinces. InshAllah Imran Khan’s dream to bring sports alive will be helpful for the youngsters who are caught in between all the violence. But he should, without a doubt, focus A LOT MORE on health, energy sector, eradication of poverty and diseases and terrorism as well! I know they’ve already had a campaign for education. I have full faith Allah SWT stands with those who don’t want to oppress but bring good change and help their people. Well done!
Very good initiative. Hats off to the current and veteran players to have participated in this move. Not only did it gave the people of Peshawar something to smile about, but also had left a strong message for miscreants that the people are courageous enough not to be deterred by their evil activities.
This is an apt answer to Malala who said that back in Pakistan women feel like being imprisoned
@khurram- yes, i do see about 50 50 percent ratio of women in the ground out of the total crowd, lol and those 3,4 that are shown seem to be having the time of their lives…. why bring malala into all this man?
RIP Israrullah Gandapur,, a smiling face
Who designed their pants? It seems like they are falling off below the waist line from the back. I almost fell out of my chair when I saw one of the pcitures. They need a better designer, mind it!
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