The discarded Test wicket-keeper batsman of Pakistan Zulqarnain Haider who featured in the infamous 2010 tour to England has returned to the scene with a request to the Prime Minister of Pakistan and the Chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).
Test wicket-keeper batsman, Zulqarnain Haider
Seeking what he considers his lawful right from Prime Minister Imran Khan and PCB Chairman Ehsan Mani, the 32-year old cricketer wants justice as well as his job getting restored in Zarai Taraqiati Bank Limited (ZTBL) from where he played his domestic cricket.
Speaking on his matter, Zulqarnain said, “Cricket is my bread and butter and I served Pakistan and ZTBL for years. But unfortunately, I along with others are suffering at the hands of another former great Abdul Qadir, who without any reason, not only terminated my services, but also not letting me represent ZTBL.”
“I am doing really well in the International leagues as I was an efficient performer in the American and Oman League. However, I feel that all my performances and loyalties with Pakistan are too less to keep my job intact,” the Lahore born cricketer added.