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World-famed boxer Amir Khan visits Data Darbar

LAHORE: World-renowned boxer, Amir Khan on Sunday visited the shrine of Hazrat Data Ganj Baksh (RA) and prayed for the restoration of peace in Pakistan and success in his career, ARY News reported.

Amir Khan – a British boxer of Pakistani descent – laid floral wreath at the grave of Hazrat Ali Hijveri (RA) and offered Fatiha for the martyrs of Peshawar school attack.

Talking to media on this occasion, he told that he feels himself distressed over the bloody terror attack which took place in Peshawar a few days ago.

He also vowed to visit the shrine once again if he succeeded in his fight with Floyd Mayweather.

Earlier to this, Khan called on the Chief Minister of Punjab, Shahbaz Sharif and exchanged views with him on different affairs including the establishment of boxing academies in Pakistan.

Amir Khan wants to promote his message of peace and for this purpose he is determined to meet some important personalities here.

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