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Being mentally tortured, quitting cricket: Muhammad Amir

LAHORE: National cricketer Mohammad Aamir says he is being mentally tortured so he is quitting cricket.

In a video interview after the Sri Lankan Premier League, Mohammad Amir said, “I am being mentally tortured. I cannot play cricket under the current board management. I am currently leaving cricket because of this management.”
“Not naming 35 players was a message to me, I am being sidelined, I came back after serving 5 years and still being told that the board invested a lot in me, just give me,” he said. People supported him and he was former PCB chairman Najam Sethi and Shahid Afridi for which I am grateful to both.

Mohammad Aamir said, “I am being tortured after serving 5 years and then after returning to cricket, I am being mentally tortured by talking again and again. I am not going away from cricket but I am being sidelined. The atmosphere has become so I got a wake-up call when I found out that I can’t even be in the 35 players.

The national cricketer said, “I will arrive in Pakistan in a day or two and issue a formal statement. I will also mention the people who were the cause of my decision. I will also mention the people who supported me in difficult times.” I will consult the family before making a statement.

It should be noted that fast bowler Mohammad Aamir has already retired from Test cricket.

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