Cricketer Sarfaraz Ahmed’s bio added in class 4’th Urdu book of Sindh Board
Former Pakistani captain Sarfaraz Ahmed will now be read by students in fourth class in Sindh.
Sarfaraz Ahmed, a well known Pakistani wicket keeper and captain who won Champions Trophy for Pakistan as captain in 2017, got his bio added to class 4th Urdu syllabus book which will be read by the students of whole Sindh.
The cricketer’s wife Khushbakht proudly shared the picture of class 4’th Urdu book which features Sarfaraz’s bio with a picture.
“Thrilled! Just by imagining when my kids would read about their father along with friends & teacher! Can’t be more proud! Alhamdulliah,” she wrote.
Reaction of Sarfraz
Sarfaraz Ahmed himself also tweeted the picture of the book featuring his bio mentioning Sindh Government and Sindh Board, he said:
Thank You! This is a big honour for me. As role models we endeavour to inspire children. I would always be there to play my part in these efforts.
About Sarfaraz Ahmed
Sarfraz Ahmed was born in 22 may 1987 and started his career in 2006/7. Sarfaraz is considered one of the most successful captains and batsman in Pakistan’s cricket history. He had won two ICC Trophies; U19 Cricket World Cup 2006 and the Champions Trophy. Read more about Sarfraz Ahmed.
Pakistan’s celebrated woman sprinter Naseem Hameed is also among Sarfaraz to get featured in the syllabus book.
Typing Mistake In Bio Noticed
Though, everyone wished Sarfraz for the honour for addition of Sarfaraz Ahmed’s Bio. Meanwhile a typing mistake in the book has also been identified as the word “kamyab” is written as “kam yab”. The picture identifying the mistake is also been circulated on twitter.