English professional boxer Amir Khan has said he will donate a pair of shorts worth 30,000 pounds to help rebuild the Peshawar army school where 148 children and staff were killed by the Taliban this week.
The British boxer, who is of Pakistani origin, wore the shorts, which has a waistband made from , 24-carat gold threading, in his points win against Devon Alexander to successfully defend his World Boxing Council's Silver welterweight title in Las Vegas recently.
Amir Khan celebrates his 12-round unanimous decision over Devon Alexander during their welterweight bout at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on December 13, 2014 in Las Vegas. Photo: AFP
"It was just very sad to see innocent kids being killed," Khan was quoted as saying by BBC Thursday.
"I want to donate the shorts for the Peshawar cause, rebuild a school and strengthen security around the area."
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