Cricketers are required to follow all the important rules in the Corona era, if a player does not follow these rules then the action is also taken against him. Now, Pakistani cricketer, Raza Hasan has been removed from the rest of the domestic cricket season by the Pakistan Cricket Board for violating COVID-19 rules.
The PCB said on Monday that the bowlers went out of the biological safe environment without stopping the health team and stayed at the local hotel.
For information, let us know that Hassan was currently part of the Northern Second XI in the Qaid-e-Azam Trophy. High-performance director of the board Nadeem Khan said, 'It is unfortunate that despite repeated calls and all kinds of awareness campaigns, Hassan violated the rules and decided on his own and crossed the line. So for now he is being ruled out of the tournament.
Hasan took the wickets of players Shane Watson and Glenn Maxwell in the T20 World Cup in 2012. However, after that, he appeared in only 10 international T20 matches and one ODI. He was later banned for two years in 2015 in a doping case.