An Afghan footballer who played for the public youth group tumbled to his demise subsequent to attempting to stick to a US plane carrying individuals out of Taliban-controlled Kabul, a games alliance has said.
The General Directorate of Physical Education and Sports of Afghanistan, an administration foundation that worked with brandishing gatherings, affirmed the demise of Zaki Anwari in the commotion that ejected at the air terminal in the capital this week.
“Anwari, similar to a large number of Afghan young people, needed to leave the nation yet tumbled off a US plane and passed on,” the gathering said in a proclamation posted on Facebook on Thursday.
A large number of Afghans have rushed to the air terminal this week in a bid to escape the nation, following the Taliban’s lightning hostile that finished with them accepting force when President Ashraf Ghani escaped.
In a nerve-racking video from the air terminal on Monday, many individuals were seen running close by a US Air Force plane as it built up momentum on the runway – a few men frantically clutching the side.
Further clasps via web-based media seemed to show two individuals tumbling to their demises from a C-17 aeroplane after it took off.