Naseem Shah, a renowned bowler for Pakistan and a pacer for the Quetta Gladiators, has been named the goodwill ambassador of the Balochistan Police in an effort to further foster a more humane perception of law enforcement.
The Inspector General of Police Balochistan and other representatives of the nation’s largest land-based province were present at the ceremony to bestow the accolade on the young pacer on Saturday.
At the occasion, Naseem, who was dressed in the deputy superintendent’s outfit, expressed his opinions. He began by expressing gratitude to the Balochistan Police for the distinction and sharing a personal childhood story.
He confessed to being afraid of police while speaking from the podium. According to Shah, his parents used to frighten him by bringing up the police. Then, he expressed gratitude for police enforcement’s sacrifices, stating that they risk their lives to protect the public.
He expressed gratitude for the help of Balochistan police, who he much respected.
The KP Police designated newlywed Shaheen Shah Afridi as a goodwill ambassador who honoured the valour force martyrs last year.