Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal has been arrested in Lahore after being indicted of assaulting a military warden.
Akmal, 23, denied a charges and pronounced a trade supervisor had slapped him.
“His poise was inapt to contend a least. we came to a military hire to register a censure and instead they have incarcerated me,” pronounced Akmal.
However, comparison military central Tariq Aziz pronounced Akmal had “violated a trade vigilance and when he was stopped by a supervisor got violent and tore his shirt.”
The right-handed batsman, who is an occasional wicketkeeper in limited-overs cricket though has never kept in a Test, has done 16 Test, 89 one-day general and 52 Twenty20 general appearances for Pakistan.
Akmal’s brothers Kamran and Adnan – also wicketkeepers – have also played for Pakistan.
Umar Akmal claims a occurrence was prisoner on CCTV cameras during a trade vigilance and a footage would transparent his name.
Article source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/cricket/25998377