In Pakistan, sports other than cricket are not gaining much popularity and this is probably why the achievements of the players associated with these sports are generally not very prominent and there is no regrettable news. Yesterday, a well-known sports journalist shared with his Twitter account that Mohamed Ijaz, a national player associated with karate sports, got involved in a train collision with his creator,
Muhammad Ejaz passed away after hit by train ??, he was national player of Karate
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— Shoaib Jatt (@Shoaib_Jatt) September 11, 2019
More details of this news have not yet been revealed, but it is being declared a major loss for the karate game in the country.
Wicketkeeper-batsman Kamran Akmal of the national team also shared the news, “May Allah Almighty give the best place in heaven”.
Rest in peace…May Allah grant best place in jannah to the departed soul Ameen https://t.co/IlkIIAQeyP
— Kamran Akmal (@KamiAkmal23) September 11, 2019
It should be remembered that on September 6, Abdul Qader, a former National League sniper and ‘Googly Master’, was also involved with his creator. Abdul Qadir played 67 Tests and 104 one-day matches representing the Pakistani team.
Born on September 15, 1955, in Lahore, Abdul Qadir started his Test career in Lahore against England on December 14, 1977, while debuting against New Zealand in Birmingham on June 11, 1983, in one-day cricket. I got 236 wickets and getting 9 wickets for 56 runs in one innings was their best performance in one match, they represented the national team in 104 matches in one-day cricket and 132 wickets. The match was played against Lahore in the West Indies in December 1990, as did the last one-day international on November 2, 1993, Sri Lanka. Fighting in Sharjah.