Mahinder Pal Singh becomes first Sikh cricketer in Pakistan to join national cricket academy

Posted on:24 Dec 2016 09:54:41
Mahinder Pal Singh becomes first Sikh cricketer in Pakistan to join national cricket academy
24 December 2016 Current Affairs: A Pakistani Sikh has proven his mettle and has become the first individual from the community to secure a place in the prestigious National Cricket Academy in Lahore.

Mahinder Pal Singh, who hails from Nankana Sahib in Lahore, is among the list of top 30 emerging cricketers in the country

The country’s cricketing history has only seen seven non-muslim cricketers playing at the international level. The last non-Muslim player to have played for Pakistan in the recent past is Danish Kaneria
A Pakistani Sikh has proven his mettle and has become the first individual from the community to secure a place in the prestigious National Cricket Academy in Lahore.

Mahinder Pal Singh, who hails from Nankana Sahib in Lahore, is among the list of top 30 emerging cricketers in the country

The country’s cricketing history has only seen seven non-muslim cricketers playing at the international level. The last non-Muslim player to have played for Pakistan in the recent past is Danish Kaneria

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