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BOCA RATON/FL – USA: Millionaire businessman and Chairman of Cricket Council USA (CCUSA) Mahammad Qureshi is calling on all Americans to unite at this time and bring the country back to peace and order.
Qureshi made the comment in the light of all the rioting that has taken place since the unfortunate death of George Floyd. Qureshi while condemning the death of Floyd said that rioting at this point in time would not bring about the required justice. “It is so sad the manner of the death of Floyd and this has left us all poorer for what has happened.”
Qureshi, who settled in America decades ago has helped a lot of immigrants by pointing them into business and he has seen a lot of them grow into very successful citizens over the years. “I came here many decades ago and this is such a beautiful country that I was able to garner great success. I have passed this on to many immigrants who have adopted this great country as their own and today they are making a contribution to the society in which we live.
“I condemn in the strongest possible manner what was done to Floyd and my thoughts are with his family and community. However, at this point in time, we need to unite as a people. We need to come together and care for each other so that we can take this country forward. This country is bleeding at the moment and if we don’t stand together we are going to fall.
“America is a great place with great people and we must show
the world that we are fair and God-fearing people and that we all want equal justice.
“This is the worst time for America, we are battling with the Coronavirus and now the rioting. The already limping economy has now taken a further shot and we must come together now.”
Qureshi, who founded the biggest cricket league in North America, the US Open T20 has helped people of all races and he said this must be an example for all to follow. “We have helped so many people through our cricket leagues. We have the powerful cricket tournament the US Open T20 recognized all over the world and it took people of all races to help me build this right here in America.
“We need to continue building and not breaking down. There must be no discrimination and we all must live like a family. Let us
respect our brothers and sisters in this country and let’s unite America once again.”