PCB submits application for Amir’s UK visa
LAHORE, 20 MAY (DNA) – The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) spokesman said on Friday that the board has submitted British visa application for Mohammad Amir at the UK embassy in Islamabad.
According to the spokesman, PCB has completed all formalities and process for Amir’s visa for next month’s tour to England. He is part of Pakistan’s 35-men squad.
His visit still shrouds in doubts and its being anticipated that the left-arm bowler, who is making comeback after being sentenced in spot fixing case, might be denied the UK visa. But PCB is hopeful that Amir will be granted entry in England. DNA
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