The merger called the board’s “corona policy” wrong

Lahore: Inzamam-ul-Haq has termed the board’s “corona policy” as wrong and said that the decision to send virus-infected cricketers home for quarantine was not correct and it would have been better to keep them in the National Cricket Academy till recovery as medical The staff is not answering the players’ phone.

On his YouTube channel, former captain Inzamam-ul-Haq said that it is the responsibility of the PCB to take care of the players. Should have made arrangements.

“To the best of my knowledge, cricketers are hesitant about what to eat, drink and what precautions to take, what precautions to take for their families,” he said. Not even answering, they must be thinking that the PCB left alone in a difficult time, it is not going to make a good impression.

Inzamam-ul-Haq said that with this attitude, the disgruntled players will follow the path of Mohammad Hafeez who had his corona tested in a private laboratory. It would have been better if the PCB had taken the responsibility of positive cricketers itself. Instead of quarantining them at home, arrangements were made for them to stay there so that they would recover soon. We should take care of our cricketers ourselves. It may be recalled that in the results released on Monday and Tuesday, the result of 10 cricketers was positive.

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