Previous cricketer Abdul Qadir Khan passes away at 64



Previous cricketing wonder Abdul Qadir has passed away in Lahore on Friday night, as educated by cricketer Kamran Akmal.

Kamran Akmal told that Abdul Qadir inhaled his last in the wake of experiencing heart failure. He was around 64.

He was conceived on September 15, 1955 in Lahore, Abdul Qadir made a noteworthy commitment to Pakistan cricket as a leg-break googly bowler.

He was a significant individual from the group, captained by Imran Khan, the present executive.



Afterward, he turned into a cricket reporter, and boss selector of the Pakistan Cricket Board.

Abdul Qadir showed up in 67 Test matches and 104 One-day Internationals somewhere in the range of 1977 and 1993, and captained the Pakistan cricket crew in five ODIs.

President Dr. Arif Alvi has communicated profound distress over the pitiful end of eminent cricketer Abdul Qadir.

In his sympathy message, the president said Gogli's innovator Abdul Qadir brought name for Pakistan over the world.

Dr. Arif Alvi petitioned God for the withdrew soul and said his name will consistently be recollected throughout the entire existence of cricket.

Leader Imran Khan says Abdul Qadir's passing has denied Pakistan of an extraordinary cricketer who brought popularity for the nation over the world.

In his sympathy message, Imran Khan said he has lost an incredible companion.

He petitioned God for the withdrew soul and communicated feelings for the deprived family.

Head of the Army staff Qamar Javed Bajwa communicates sincere sadness on the downfall of cricket legend Abdul Qadir.

As per the representative of Pakistan Army, Major. General Asif Ghafoor, the COAS said Pakistan has lost an incredible sportsman and a person.

The Army Chief petitioned God for the left soul and communicated feelings for the dispossessed family to endure this unsalvageable misfortune.

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