Waqar Younis, who recently has stepped down as the bowling coach of the Pakistan Cricket Team, has asked Mohammad Amir to tell what was the mental torture by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).
Notably, Amir retired 'temporarily' from cricket last year following his poor relations with the board. He made it clear to not consider him for future plans at least under the current PCB management then treating him in an unjust manner.
Amir, a few months later, announced a dramatic development making himself available for national selection once again. The player was offered a domestic contract that he turned down saying a needy lad could have been given instead of him. He also said that PCB, despite knowing his retirement, should not have added to the domestic panel. It was clear that his plan was to get directly involved in the national team despite staying away from the game for over a year. Furthermore, he furiously added that he is a league cricketer.
It is pertinent to mention that Amir's problems rose under the management of Misbah ul Haq and Waqar duo that announced retirement an hour after the T20 World Cup squad's announcement on 6th September.
While being interviewed by one of the sources, Waqar was summoned on Amir's chapter, he added,
“You are asking the question from the wrong person. Did he answer that what is mental torture? I don’t know anything about mental torture, may be he should elaborate what is mental torture,”