9 Pakistani cricketers suffer in violation of hygiene rules
Sports Desk:  Nine Pakistani cricketers have sparked controversy by violating hygiene rules during the ongoing National Twenty20 Cup cricket in Pakistan. The cricketers and three officials involved in the incident spent time outside the hotel. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) officials have expressed frustration over the cricketers’ behavior and issued a stern warning.
 There were allegations of bio-bubble breaches due to the Kovid-19 epidemic. The accused cricketers and officials were later warned by the Pakistan Cricket Board.
 Nine cricketers and three officials associated with the T20 Cup were spending time outside the hotel, crossing the boundaries of the bio-bubble system. After that the accused were called and warned as well as Covid was tested.
 The T20 tournament is being held at the Team Hotel and Stadium in Rawalpindi. PCB High Performance Director Nadeem Khan said in a press statement on the issue that the accused had questioned the health and safety of the entire tournament. This is not acceptable in any way. The PCB concerned cricketers have sat down for talks with their team officials. Such behavior will not be tolerated in the future. The PCB will adopt a zero tolerance policy towards those who violate the rules now and in the future. – G News