Cricketer Kamran Akmal has complained that the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has forgotten about it’s former players. He asked how can he go to watch a match, when the board did not send free passes.

The sensational matches of PSL are going on right now, but former cricketers are missing out from going to the stadium to watch them.

PCB has banned free passes and tickets even before the start of the event, which has also affected former national cricketers.

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When the former national wicketkeeper-batter Kamran Akmal, who participated in the PSL transmission of ARY, was asked about going to the match stadium, he said that he could not go.

He demanded that Chairman PCB Mohsin Naqvi and the Chief Selector take immediate notice of the matter and give a “shut-up call” to the responsible persons.

PCB traditionally used to send special passes to ex-national players for major cricket events in the country.