Unidentified robbers stole foreign currency worth millions of rupees from cricketer Mohammad Hafeez’s house in Lahore in a shocking incident that came to light on Tuesday.
The robbers broke into the veteran cricketer‘s house in the middle of the night between Sunday and Monday, according to police.
Hafeez and his wife were not in the house when the robbery took place as Hafeez is busy with the Pakistan Super League (PSL), and his wife is in Islamabad for some work.
The Defence Police Station received a complaint from the uncle of the cricketer’s wife.
As per the first information report (FIR), the robbers stole $20,000, £4,000, €3,000, and AED5,000.
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cricketer Mohammad Hafeez
Mohammad Hafeez is a renowned Pakistani cricketer, born on October 17, 1980, in Sargodha, Punjab.
He is an all-rounder, known for his right-handed batting and off-spin bowling skills. Hafeez made his debut for the Pakistan cricket team in 2003 and has since been a consistent performer.
Moreover, He has played in all three formats of the game and has been a key member of the Pakistan team for many years.
Hafeez has scored over 12,000 runs and taken more than 250 wickets across all formats of international cricket.
He has also been a part of various domestic cricket teams in Pakistan and played in international leagues such as the Indian Premier League (IPL) and Caribbean Premier League (CPL).
Off the field, Hafeez is known for his philanthropic work and has actively participated in various charitable causes.