Pakistan paceman who tied a knot in 2016 with Narjis Malik, who holds a certificate of British national, saw the former announcing his retirement from the Test cricket at 27. However, many had criticised him for his surprising decision to bid adieu to the traditional format.
Meanwhile, with Twittersphere questioning Amir’s decision, many had maintained that it sets a bad example in the international fold. Amir had made up his mind that he will represent Pakistan in the white-ball cricket.
Also, the talks had surrounded the left-arm paceman, which also irked Narjis. She had made a bold statement on Twitter regarding her husband’s critics.
Apart from it, the speculations are rife that Amir will stay in England on the basis of his wife’s citizens. After making announced regarding his retirement, the decision of Amir had received a mixed response with former cricketers lashing out at the prominent cricketer.
Mohammad Amir represents Pakistan in 36 Tests:
Amir had made his debut in 2009 for Pakistan before committing a grave mistake during the Lord’s Test in 2010. Thus, he had faced a five-year ban for his involvement in the spot-fixing scandal.
Recently, former Pakistan captain and legendary bowler Wasim Akram had expressed surface with Shoaib believing Amir had lost it all after PCB invested in the left-arm pace gun.
Moreover, reports state that Amir is planning to stay in London, with his wife Narjis, who’s also known as Narjis Khatun. Besides, the report added that Amir is considering ‘spouse visa’ to stay in London.
Meanwhile, according to the England laws, the person can stay in the United Kingdom (UK) for two-and-half-years on completing the visa procedure. However, Amir, who has already been jailed in the UK, could face a tough time in the English conditions.
Narjis didn’t mince his words; she had maintained it by saying that Amir will represent Pakistan in the limited-overs cricket. Besides she continued their daughter could also represent Pakistan if she happened to be a cricketer.
— Narjis amir (@narjiskhan25) July 30, 2019