A local Karachi court has issued arrest warrants against the former Pakistan captain and skipper Wasim Akram. The warrants have been released over Mr. Akram’s continuous absence from the court proceedings of his personally filed case.
Wasim Akram filed a case, back in August 2015, after his car was fired upon in Karsaz, Karachi. The incident wasn’t a deliberate attempt, but was fueled by impersonal reason in the form of a road rage. Fortunately, no physical damages came out as the result of this incident to Akram and his driver.
The left-arm fast bowler had filed a case in Bahadurabad police station, but failed to appear in any single testification out of 31 in front of the court.
Owing to the continuous court disobedience, a judicial magistrate issued warrants against the former cricketer.
The court has ordered Mr. Akhtar to appear in front of a judicial session before 17th January.