KARACHI: Former Test Cricketer and head coach National Cricket Academy Mushtaq Ahmad is going to North Waziristan for a talent hunt mission.
In a video message, Mushtaq Ahmed lauded Pakistan military for restoring peace in the country particularly in North Waziristan.
Mushtaq was joyful over return of International cricket to Pakistan. He said the entire credit goes to Pakistani security forces specially Pakistan Army for proving security to the visiting players and West Indies team.
He said holding Pakistan Super League final in Karachi and T20 series against West Indies give message to the entire world that Pakistan is ready for hosting international cricket.
Under Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) we have a talent hunt mission, this year we will go to North Waziristan and Pakistan Army will be helping us. “We will hold trial sessions for the youth of North Waziristan.”
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