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Zulqarnain to undergo psychiatric treatment

Pakistan’s discarded wicketkeeper, Zulqarnain Haider will be taken to a psychiatrist, revealed Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Ch Zaka Ashraf.
He said: “I have instructed my officials to search for a good psychiatrist for him. Zulqarnain (Haider) underwent some psychological sessions with Maqbool “Max” Babri, but we still feel some need for him to take psychiatric treatment.”
The 26-year-old wicketkeeper Zulqarnain Haider had recently accused his one-time teammate Kamran Akmal of being involved in corruption, adding that he will be bringing forward the proof against him soon. He, however, has failed to substantiate his allegations. Haider also questioned Akmal’s inclusion in the team.
Akmal has been picked for Pakistan’s World Twenty20 squad and now playing the matches against Australia in UAE after being out of the national team for over a year.
Babri, who had eight long sessions (including a few hypnosis) with Haider, when approached said: “We finished our sessions two months ago.. Well I suggested to him to focus on his development and learn to say sorry for the mistakes he may have made in the past.
“We can all have done things differently but I think he could have consulted me before going out with such negative comments, after all I am his well wisher and his counsellor. I am impressed with PCB that they sent him for counselling when they could have just ignored him. I know that PCB Chairman, CEO Subhan Ahmad and Intikhab Alam has been discussing him with me and were keen to get him more involved”.

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