Mohammad Amir’s visa case is in a decisive stage
PCB Chairman, Shahryar Khan stated on Thursday that Mohammad Amir is likely to get UK visa for the upcoming national tour.
Shahryar Khan talked to BBC from Quetta when said that Mohammad Amir’s case is at a decisive stage where he will be granted the visa or the British government will refuse it, but, he has got some positive signs.
Khan claimed that he has written a letter to the Btitish High Commissioner to pay special attention to the scenario of the left-arm pacer.
The PCB boss hailed the role that ECB is playing, they are in contact with the Home Office to help grant Amir the visa.
Khan revealed that Mohammad Amir had to fill an additional form in which he had to answer some questions regarding the court’s verdict of punishing him and he has already filled it.
Mohammad Amir was proved guilty for spot fixing along with his bowling partner, Mohammad Asif and Pakistan’s captain then, Salman Butt. Amir was sentenced by the British court and he was slapped with a five year ban by the ICC as well.
Amir has successfully made a comeback in international cricket and he has the same spark as he had before being suspended.
Amir has already toured New Zealand, Bangladesh and India with the Pakistan national team.