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Younis Khan leaves PCB Level-III course citing mistreatment


Former Test player Younis Khan on Monday announced to cut short Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Level-III course citing and leave back for Karachi citing mistreatment by officials of National Cricket Academy (NCA).

He shared the news on popular microblogging website Twitter with a video message.

“I received an email from NCA to come and attend PCB Level-III course. I got motivated and decided to travel to Lahore to further polish my cricketing skills. Instead of giving me new room, I was forced to stay in room of senior management official.

Upon this, I decided to immediately travel back to Karachi as I does not want to stay in a place where I was asked to use room of others. The incident is embarrassment to me, Younis Khan”, stated Khan in his video message.

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