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Pakistan will don black armbands today in honour of those affected by the floods for the Asia Cup 2022

The Pakistan cricket squad will wear black armbands during their opening game of the Asia Cricket Council T20 Asia Cup 2022 to show their support and sympathy for the victims of the country’s recent floods.

The team’s decision to make a donation to the affected individuals was stated by captain Babar Azam in a news conference a day earlier.He also urged everyone to give liberally.

“We offer prayers for all of the flood victims around the nation. Now is the moment to unite as a country and do everything in our power to assist them. advance and give it your best shot, “Team manager Mansoor Rana stated on Twitter that philanthropists should contribute to the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund.

In Dubai and Sharjah, the Asia Cup will be played through September 11. On Saturday, Afghanistan trounced Sri Lanka by eight wickets in the tournament’s opening match. Today, Pakistan will face its bitter foe India in the opening match of the T20 Asia Cup 2022.

Climate change minister Sherry Rehman described the recent monsoon rains and flooding in Pakistan as a “climate-induced humanitarian calamity of epic proportions,” affecting more than 30 million people.1,033 individuals have died and 1,527 have been injured.