Pakistan Speedster Naseem Shah Becomes DSP Of Balochistan Police

Naseem Shah is one of the cricket players who started his career at a very young age. He made his test debut only when he was 16 years old. In the beginning, his performances were not up to par, but his hard work and enthusiasm gave him success, and soon he made a record by taking a hat-trick in a test match.

On Saturday night, Pakistani cricketer Naseem Shah had his MS DHONI moment. Naseem Shah has followed in the footsteps of the former Indian captain and enlisted in the military. This young kid has been given the honorary rank of DSP in the Balochistan Police. The CSK captain is also a Lieutenant Colonel (Honorary) in the Indian Army, which is something to keep in mind. From a young age, he wanted to become a cricketer and represent his country nationally.

Family and Early Life of Naseem Shah

Naseem Shah hails from the Pakistani town of Mayar Jindal in the Lower Dir district. He belongs to a middle-class family. One of his younger brothers, Haneen Shah, is a fast bowler for the Under-19 national team. He comes from a family of six, with four brothers and two sisters. His younger brother, Haneen Shah, is also a fast bowler. However, he plays at the Under-19 level. According to reliable sources, his mother passed away while he was representing Pakistan in Australia in November 2019.

Education of Naseem Shah

He is among the few cricketers to make their debut at such a young age, having played the first Naseem Shah test when he was just 16. He received his degree from Malakand University, located in Chakdara.

Naseem Shah has been made an honorary DSP in the Balochistan Police

On Saturday, Naseem Shah, a fast bowler for the Pakistan cricket team, was named a Goodwill Ambassador for the Balochistan Police.

The Balochistan police formally invested Shah with the title of "Honorary DSP" during a ceremony held at the IG Balochistan Police Office in Quetta, during which he wore a police uniform.

Shah spoke at length about his feelings about being appointed during the ceremony. The cricketer thanked the Balochistan Police for the "honour" with a broad grin.

I remember being afraid of the police when I was a kid. My parents used to frighten me whenever they mentioned the cops. But as I've matured, my perspective has shifted. I now fully appreciate the risks they take to ensure our safety," he remarked.

They don't simply risk their lives for us, either; I have a much less dramatic example of their dedication to our cause to share with you. Those assigned to the NCA with us watch over us round-the-clock. If I don't sleep enough, I can't do anything. I hold the police in the highest regard and appreciate their help.

As soon as the news broke, Naseem Shah fans flocked to Twitter to express their admiration and support for their favourite player.

In July 2022, Pakistani cricketer Shaheen Shah Afridi was hired as a goodwill ambassador by the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Police to improve the force's reputation with the public.

How old is Naseem Shah, exactly?

Naseem Shah, a native of the Mayar Jandool district of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan, will be 20 this year (2023). In a match against Australia in November 2019, at 16, he made his international debut for Pakistan, becoming the ninth-youngest player to play in a Test match.

Has Naseem Shah tied the knot?

Do you know about Naseem Shah's wife? It has been reported that Naseem is single and has never had a girlfriend or a dating companion. He could be focusing on his profession at the moment, or he could just be choosing to keep some things about his life under wraps.

Speaking at the event, Afridi remarked on the honour of representing the KP Police as their goodwill ambassador. The cricket player honoured the police department's fallen heroes. He hailed the cops and praised the services they provide.