Give priority to Pakistan’s sports infrastructure and development, Mohammad Hafeez says

Mohammad Hafeez has said that more priority needs to be given to sports infrastructure and development in Pakistan

Mohammad Hafeez: “Sports infrastructure and development was given less priority in the past and sadly still not the priority of new elected government as haven’t seen any development so far in the last two years”

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All-rounder Mohammad Hafeez has called on Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan to give priority to the country’s sports infrastructure and development.

Hafeez said that these two things were “given less priority in the past” and added that it’s sad to see the current government going down the same road.

The 40-year-old called for something to be done as soon as possible since the issue has persisted for a long time.

“Sports infrastructure and development was given less priority in the past and sadly still not the priority of new elected government as haven’t seen any development so far in the last two years. I urge Imran Khan and his cabinet to look into this matter ASAP. Pakistan zindabad,” Hafeez said on Twitter.

Hafeez recently played for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, who won the National T20 Cup, where he scored 278 runs in nine matches, which included two fifties, at an average of 39.71 and a strike-rate of 148.66.

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