Pakistan's six cricketers, including former captain Sarfraz Aham, were sentenced for breaking Corona positive
Christchurch / Karachi. Six Pakistan cricketers, including former captain Sarfaraz Aham , have been found positive in the Corona virus investigation. New Zealand cricket has also alleged that they have broken the biosafety protocol and now they will have to stay in isolation for some time so that they will not be able to practice. He has also been given a 'final warning'. A 53-member Pakistani team led by Babar Azam arrived in New Zealand on Tuesday and is on 14-day segregation.
New Zealand Cricket said in a statement, "Two of these six results are old and four are new cases". The names of the players were not disclosed. Sources in the Pakistan Cricket Board, however, said that the six cricketers are Sarfaraz, Mohammad Abbas, Abid Ali, Naseem Shah, Rohail Nazir and Danish Aziz. All these players have been sent to the segregation center. Pakistan has to play three T20 and two Test matches here. New Zealand Cricket said, "The Pakistani team will not be able to practice at the moment. The practice has been put on hold until the investigation is complete. "The New Zealand cricket has come to know that some members of the Pakistani team have broken the protocol on the very first day of their separation," the statement said. We will talk to them and explain what are the conditions of the protocol. ''
According to the New Zealand media, the Medical Officer of the Canterbury District Health Board has written to the Pakistani team management that all the players of the team remained in their rooms until further notice. The Health Ministry spokesman said that all the instructions were given in detail and clearly to the players but they violated the protocol which has been captured in CCTV cameras. Country Director General of Health Ashley Bloomfield said, "It is a privilege to come to New Zealand and play cricket, but it is very important to follow the rules made to protect our staff and their communities from corona infection." We have given a final warning to the team. "Earlier, ten Pakistan cricketers were found positive before the tour of England.