Former Pakistan legendary skipper and Prime Minister Imran Khan was taken to jail from the Islamabad Excessive Court docket premises earlier than two of his hearings on Tuesday. It was the Parliamentary Forces who arrested the 70-year-old concerning the Al-Qadir Belief case. The previous Pakistan PM has been going through allegations of corrupt practices beneath Part 9 (a) of the Nationwide Accountability Ordinance, 1999. After going to jail, a number of Pakistan cricketers have supported him, together with former Pakistan pacer Wasim Akram and now younger pacer Shaheen Afridi.
Afridi has discovered a singular means of supporting Imran as he modified his Twitter profile image. In that image, he was noticed sitting with a former Pakistan legend.
Shaheen Afridi has modified his Twitter dp to this. A silent protest from the star cricketer. pic.twitter.com/fx1oGzrI8X
— Ihtisham Ul Haq (@iihtishamm) May 10, 2023
Earlier, Wasim Akram additionally wrote in assist of Khan on his Twitter deal with. “You’re one man, however you will have the energy of thousands and thousands. Keep sturdy skipper. #BehindYouSkipper”, Akram captioned the submit.
You’re one man, however you will have the energy of thousands and thousands.
Keep sturdy skipper . #BehindYouSkipper
— Wasim Akram (@wasimakramlive) May 9, 2023
Speaking about Imran Khan’s report as a cricketer, he’s the one captain who led the Males in Inexperienced to an ODI World Cup win within the 1992 version of the 50 Overs World Cup. As an all-rounder too, his contribution is immense for the Pakistan workforce as in the course of the 1992 World Cup, Khan made 185 runs in addition to scalped seven wickets.
Nevertheless it was Akram who received the Participant Of the Match award within the World Cup last towards England that came about on the Melbourne Cricket Floor. The Southpaw had collected 33 off 18 earlier than coming again to select 3 wickets for 49 runs. Skipper Khan additionally starred as he made 72 runs and likewise took the wicket of England’s quantity 11 Richard Illingworth to seal a 22-run win.