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PSL 2024: Former Pakistan pacer Mohammad Amir alleges misbehavior towards family during game against Multan

Mohammad Amir vents his anger on Twitter against the Multan DC for misbehaving with his family during the PSL 2024 game between Quetta and Multan on Sunday

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It seems the controversies in Pakistan Cricket don’t seem to end. With the Pakistan Super League going on, there has been a massive claim made by Mohammad Amir. According to the veteran pacer, his family were unfairly treated during the PSL 2024 game on Sunday. 

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The 31-year-old while tagging Maryam Nawaz Sharif wrote on Twitter “Shocked by the unacceptable behaviour of the Deputy Commissioner of Multan, who reportedly mistreated my family, arrogantly claiming ownership of the ground & unjustly ejecting them during a match. This abuse of power is intolerable! Urging authorities for immediate action. pls I hope u will take action. "

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Mohammad Amir has been in good form with the ball for his side Quetta Gladiators. Rilee Rossouw and his side are in the second spot in the PSL 2024. Multan Sultan is leading the table going into the halfway stage of the tournament. 

Former Pakistan pacer Mohammad Amir angry at Multan authorities – 

The game on Sunday between Quetta and Multan became a traumatic experience for Mohammad Amir and his family. The former Pakistani speedster has alleged that his family was ill-treated during the game. 

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The 31-year-old also urged the powers to be to take action against the Multan Deputy Commissioner. Once the tweet was put out the fans came out with mixed reactions towards the pace bowler. 

Mohammad Amir has been one of the most controversial players in Pakistani cricket history. Making his debut at the age of 17, he was compared to the legendary Wasim Akram. A year later his career faced a huge U-Turn when he was caught in the spot-fixing scandal. Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif were the other players who were named in the saga. 

After serving a ban of 5 years, Amir was back playing for Pakistan despite many former players airing this displeasure. He was part of the team that won the 2017 Champions Trophy by beating India in the finals. Three years later, Mohammad Amir called it quits from international cricket via a video announcement on social media.

Recently the 31-year-old was asked if he wanted to make a return to international cricket. The pacer replied to the media and said “I would have felt the absence of international cricket if I were not playing cricket. I am enjoying league cricket, and international cricket is not on my mind”

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