Pakistan’s retired wicket keeper Zulqarnain Haider updated his Facebook profile with a new message suggesting he will reveal further information regarding match-fixing allegations and his decision to flee to the United Kingdom.
The wicket-keeper who has sought political asylum in the UK put up the following message on his Facebook wall on Sunday:
Zulqarnain Haider: who talking negative about me wait fr 5 days go mere ookat dikha raha hai sab ke ookat kikhain ga 5 din main wo kahain se belong kerte hain unkarib ookat batata huin pher pata chale ga kis ke kitne ookat hai or kis ne pese lie hain or kis ne nahin
In the message, Haider vows to reveal the identities of those who have been involved in match-fixing and “those who took money and those who did not”. Haider had earlier admitted that he fled to London because he feared he and his family were in danger following an alleged match-fixing plot.
The former wicket keeper’s brother Aqeel Haider said that the family has been provided additional security on Sunday, as they have received a number of calls from Greece and unknown numbers threatening their lives.
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