Islamabad: Pakistan wicketkeeper Zulqarnain Haider, intends to take legal action against his country’s cricket officials questioned his mentality.
Pakistan Cricket Board inquiry committee has said that some team of support staff that Haider was a complex personality and the person was “nervous.”
Wicketkeeper has applied for asylum in London after leaving the team hotel in Dubai in November last year during the series against South Africa, said he has received death threats from the match fixers.
Haider wrote on his Facebook page Monday he “is ready now 2 (a) the applicant PCBs around the relationship of mental illness …”
It also provides legal action against PCB COO Subhan Ahmed, coach Intikhab Alam and former director of security Khawaja Najam Javed.