‘Misbehaviour with family’: Mohammad Amir demand action against DC

LAHORE: Left-arm pace bowler Mohammad Amir on Tuesday criticizing Punjab Police during a Pakistan Super League (PSL) 9 match in Multan has demanded action against the deputy commissioner over misbehavior with family terming it “unacceptable”.

Taking to social media platform X, the pace-bowler wrote, “ I am astonished by the unacceptable behavior of Multan’s Deputy Commissioner, who allegedly misbehaved with his family and unjustly claimed ownership of the ground during a match.”

Mohammad Amir addressing Punjab Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz, demanded action against the police, saying, “This misuse of power is intolerable! I demand immediate action from the authorities.”

Pakistan was currently hosting the 9th edition of the PSL. The opening matches of the current season were being held simultaneously in Lahore and Multan.

Amir was picked by Quetta Gladiators for PSL 9 after being released by Karachi Kings. Amir retired from international cricket in December 2020.

He was actively playing leagues around the world and has no plans for international cricket comeback as revealed by former team director Mohammad Hafeez, who personally spoke to him and encouraged him to engage in domestic cricket if he wishes to represent Pakistan again. During media conversations last year, Amir reiterated his retirement, stating it’s time for the younger generation to come forward.

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