As per ESPNCricinfo, Shahzad is currently reported to be based in Peshawar in Pakistan, while he was also seen practicing there. Meanwhile, ACB had fined him last year for the same and had urged him to relocate back to Afghanistan or risk a contract termination.
Shahzad spent his early years in Peshawar
In case one does not know, Shahzad has spent most of his initial years in Peshawar, while his parents were based in Nangarhar, Afghanistan.
Just like most of his team-mates, he was brought up near the Afghan-Pak border and he later got married in Peshawar as well.
A notable amount of Afghan people, who were once refugees, reside in Peshawar as temporary citizens.
Shahzad must meet ACB officials to get his career back
While he would be unable to play competitive cricket for Afghanistan as long as his contract stays terminated, the author feels Shahzad should think otherwise.
The author believes that Shahzad should meet the ACB officials at the earliest and sort out the differences by accepting the charges.
Sitting idle would just harm his cricketing career, especially during Afghanistan's golden build-up period.