Shahid Afridi’s charity to facilitate release off 30 Pakistan prisoners in UAE, former Pakistan cricket team captain Shahid Khan Afridi tweeted on Tuesday that his charity organization SAF (Shahid Afridi Foundation) has signed a treaty with authorities in the UAE for release of troubled Pakistani prisoners. Shahid Khan Afridi tweeted on his official account, “By grace of Allah we are facilitating release of 30 prisoners for now, more will be released in coming days”. Shahid also thanked the Dubai Police and authorities for the support, he further adding that Shahid Afridi Foundation will continue to work for the troubled Pakistanis.
Shahid Afridi founded the charity in March 2014, the purpose of this organization to provide healthcare, education and facility of sports in Pakistan and also around the world. Shahid Afridi yet again hinted his retirement from international cricket while he is interacting with his fans from Afridi’s official tweeter account. Shahid Afridi considered among the best limited overs all-rounders of the present century, started his retirement and then comeback story in 2006 by announcing temporary retirement from the Test games. Shahid returned in 2010, that too as captain of the team. Afridi led Pakistan cricket team in one Test and promptly announced his permanent retirement from Test games again.
Shahid Afridi however continued to play limited overs cricket over the previous years before calling a halt to his One Day International career in 2015. Afridi continued to play 20 over format for his country and as well as for the T20 franchise across the world.
Shahid Afridi is one of the most popular cricketers and also loves interacting with his fans on social media as he is the active person on his social account. He often revealed interesting things related about him on social media, answering fans questions and try to stay very close to them.