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Darren Sammy inspired by Quaid, pays visit to mausoleum

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Peshawar Zalmi skipper Darren Sammy visited Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s mausoleum on Sunday evening along with owner Javed Afridi in Karachi.

Darren Sammy also posted his photo on his Twitter, dressed up in White Kurta Shalwar and green coat hoisting the Pakistani flag on Quaid’s mausoleum. Sammy revered the efforts, vision, and leadership of Quaid-e-Azam in his Twitter post.

Darren also stated that “Quaid was a great man and one of his famous quotes unity, faith, and discipline are the three words that I live by. It was an honor to pay my respects to a great leader and visionary who paved the way for the nation of Pakistan.”

“I am extremely honored to have visited the tomb of Mohammad Ali Jinnah founder and father of this great nation. A legend whose message of faith unity and discipline can make this world a much better place. I have truly inspired” stated Darren Sammy.

Darren Sammy was amazed by the design of the tomb and its incredible white color. He also visited the museum of Quaid’s mausoleum.

Darren also stated that “Quaid was a great man and one of his famous quotes unity, faith, and discipline are the three words that I live by. It was an honor to pay my respects to a great leader and visionary who paved the way for the nation of Pakistan.”

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While Javed Afridi stated that, “Darren was excited to witness the famous monuments of Pakistan and Mazar-e-Quaid was on his list. It was a pleasant experience.”

Currently, several foreign players have travelled to Pakistan with their respective Pakistan Super League franchises to play the remaining matches of the tournament.

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Sammy’s fans were elated to see his love for the founder of Pakistan, Quaid-e-Azam. Meanwhile, his visit to the city’s busiest public place heralds that the city of Karachi that was once drenched in terrorism and bloodshed is now returning to its glory and exuberance.

Where terrorism closed the door for international matches in Pakistan for nearly a decade the successful Pakistan Super league tournaments in the last few years have attracted foreign players and restored the confidence of the people and international world that were earlier abstained to visit the country.

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