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Khushdil not to return to Pakistan despite his father’s sudden death

Pakistan cricketers are currently in New Zealand for T20 and Test series starting from next month. In the midst of the tour, middle-order batsman Khushdil Shah has taken a very tough decision.

He has chosen to not make a trip back to Pakistan from New Zealand in the wake of the dead of his dad. Subsequently, he will miss the last ceremonies of his dad. Pakistani cricketers in isolation in Christchurch after arriving in New Zealand.

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Khushdil had to go through very tough circumstances if he returned to the country. In New Zealand, Pakistanis are already in disarray with isolation and quarantine.

If he went to the country to bury his father, he would have to maintain isolation and quarantine anew when he returned to New Zealand. The three-match T20 series between New Zealand and Pakistan will start on December 18. If he went to the country, there would be uncertainty about his participation in this series.

A few days ago, Indian fast bowler Mohammed Siraj set a good example. Siraj’s father died of a lung infection but Siraj stayed in Australia thinking of the team, where the entire Indian team is playing a full series against the Aussies.

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