PESHAWAR - Pakistan Blind Cricket Team Wednesday visited Army Public School and College and expressed solidarity with the bereaved families and offered fateha for the martyred and prayed for the prosperity of Pakistan.

The delegation led by President of World Cricket Council of Blind and Chairman Pakistan Cricket Council of Blind Syed Sultan Shah including skipper Zeeshan Abbasi and all members of the team that got runners-up position in the recently World Cup played at South Africa offered condolences for the departed soul of those martyred in the incident. “We condemn this act against innocent school children,” skipper Zeeshan and Sultan said while talking to the media persons.

They also handed over cricketing goods, caps, shirts to the personnel of Pakistan Army to distribute them among the school kids and other affectees in the incident. The team also visited CMH and distributed playing equipment among the injured children.

Sultan termed it a national tragedy. “We the members of the Pakistan Blind team prayed to Almighty Allah to rest the departed soul in peace and give courage to the bereaved families to bear this irreparable loss with courage,” he added.

On this occasion, Secretary Peshawar Cricket Club of the Blind Habib Ullah said that the entire world is in shock over school attack on December 16 last. “We expressed our feelings and solidarity with the Children of Army Public School and their parents for this purpose President World Blind Cricket Council and Chairman Pakistan Blind Cricket Council Syed Sultan Shah, Directors Cabinet, Members of Peshawar Cricket Club of the Blind and players of Peshawar Cricket Club of the Blind visited the site.