The father-in-law of cricketer Kamran Akmal has sent a lawful notice to ex-wicketkeeper Zulqarnain Haider for leveling betting allegations against him.
Zulqarnain Haider, who was served the legal notice on his return to Pakistan from London, had earlier claimed that Akmal’s father-in-law had contacts with bookies.
The notice was sent through Akmal’s father-in-law’s lawyer, Badruzaman Advocate, who told the media that his client had insisted that Haider make an apology within a week or pay one hundred million rupees for leveling baseless allegations.
Pakistan’s absconding wicket-keeper Zulqarnain Haider had concluded his exile and returned to Pakistan on Monday, subsequent to Interior Minister Rehman Malik had assured him of appropriate security.
Haider had deserted the team in Dubai during the Pakistan-South Africa one-day series, fleeing to London after claiming to have received intimidating messages from a mysterious source.
He lately also said that he would be disclosing the people who were threatening him.