‘We should all rise above everything,’ Shoaib Malik donates KPL prize money to flood victims

Shoaib Malik has decided to donate his Kashmir Premier League prize money to flood victims.

Shoaib Malik has decided to donate his KPL (Kashmir Premier League) prize money to flood victims.

Pakistani all-rounder Malik has announced that he will donate the prize money that he won in KPL Season 2 to the people of Pakistan who have been impacted by natural disasters.

On his Twitter, the 40-year-old wrote that he was happy to win another tournament and lift another trophy. He dedicated his win to the flood affectees across the country and stated that we have to come together as a nation.

Mirpur Royals became Kashmir Premier League (KPL) Season 2 champions after heavy rain during the final at Muzaffarabad Cricket Stadium. The team was declared champions as they finished higher on the points table. In six matches, the Royals were on top with 8 points, on the other hand, Bagh Stallions were second on the table and had 7 points.

Appeals for donation

Prior to this, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa requested well-off citizens to aid the victims financially or through other means.

The army chief explained that the country has also asked for help from friendly countries, and is hoping for cooperation. Relief and rescue operations are complete, and it is now a matter of rehabilitation. This could take years and is only possible with the help of the entire nation.

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