KARACHI: After some delay, the UAE has lastly issued a go to visa to Quetta Gladiators’ captain Sarfaraz Ahmed Sarfraz Ahmed and 5 others so that they could fly to Abu Dhabi ahead of the remaining matches of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 6 matches.
Based mostly on the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), out of 13 people whose visas had been delayed, six people have been issued visas for the UAE.
Out of the six people, two belong to Karachi, whereas the remaining three are from Lahore, the PCB talked about, together with the visas of the remaining seven people, along with cricketers Umer Amin, Asif Afridi, and Muhammad Imran, are nonetheless to be issued.
The PCB further added that the six players will fly to the UAE on the morning of June 1.
The flight will attain Abu Dhabi by way of Bahrain, the PCB talked about, together with that Sarfraz Ahmed will attain the nation at about 7:30 pm by way of a private airline.
Ahmed’s departure to Abu Dhabi had been delayed twice due to the unavailability of flights, Geo Data had earlier reported.
The skipper was earlier scheduled to fly to the Gulf nation latest by tonight after the earlier nationwide employees captain was turned away by the immigration officers at Karachi airport over clearance factors a day earlier.
Based mostly on sources, the earlier nationwide employees skipper was beforehand travelling on his residence visa which is not respectable anymore. Nonetheless, he’ll now be travelling to Abu Dhabi on his go to visa which has been duly issued by the UAE authorities.
The earlier Pakistan skipper was scheduled to depart by way of a industrial flight at 4:00am on Sunday nevertheless was denied permission to take the flight.
5 people, along with fast bowler Mohammad Hasnain, left Karachi for Abu Dhabi on Sunday. The Gladiators skipper had returned to the lodge from the airport and is in the meanwhile in quarantine.