Pakistan’s star cricketer Shahin Shah Afridi has been appointed as the goodwill ambassador of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) police and honorary deputy superintendent of police (DSP). News Cricket Pakistan.


Shahin Shah Afridi, the ‘future son-in-law’ of Pakistan’s legendary cricketer Shahid Afridi, has taken the spotlight since his debut in the national team. In the meantime, this speedster has developed itself as an integral part of all formats. The fast bowler gained worldwide popularity by bowling destructively against arch-rivals India in the last T20 World Cup.


The Pakhtunkhwa (KP) police department has made the pacer, one of the best pacers in Pakistan at the moment, a ‘goodwill ambassador’. He has also been appointed as an honorary DSP.

Shahin Afridi will work to brighten the image of the police and restore people’s confidence in the police. He will also play a leading role in establishing good relations between the police and the people.


He was honored at a ceremony in Peshawar on Monday (July 4th). Afridi paid homage to the martyrs of Khyber Police.

Afridi said his father was a retired officer of the KP police. His brother is also currently working in the KP police department. He referred to the police job as a ‘thankless job’.


Shahin Afridi has taken 95 wickets in 24 Tests for Pakistan. Besides, he has taken 62 wickets in 32 ODIs. He has taken 48 wickets in 40 T20s.

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