An unfortunate incident marred the thrilling PSL 9 clash between Multan Sultans and Quetta Gladiators at the Multan Cricket Stadium, leaving the families of the Gladiators’ members distressed.

The families of players Mohammad Amir, and Umar Amin, as well as team director Moin Khan, found themselves forcibly removed from the VIP box at the stadium, creating a stir among spectators and team members alike.

The circumstances surrounding this incident remain mysterious, leaving questions about who orchestrated the removal. However, it is insulting for the families of players, who served Pakistan with dignity, to be treated in this manner.

Allegations surfaced of mistreatment and the use of foul language against Quetta Gladiators’ members’ families during the PSL 9 match against the home side of Multan, by the Deputy Commissioner (DC) of Multan, named Rizwan.

The franchise management asserted that the families were asked to vacate the box as the DC Multan stated that the VIP Box belonged to the district administration.

Following the match, Quetta Gladiators’ players and management staged a vehement protest in front of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) officials, denouncing the unacceptable behaviour of DC Multan.

Their protest aimed to draw attention to the unjust treatment meted out to their families during the match.

Quetta Gladiators appealed to Mohsin Naqvi, the caretaker Chief Minister of Punjab and the Chairman of the PCB, as well as the government to take swift action against the intolerable conduct of DC Multan.

Meanwhile, the families were relocated to alternative accommodations, ensuring their safety and comfort amidst the unexpected turn of events.

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