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Published on: Jan 24, 2011
The former Pakistan wicketkeeper Zulqarnain Haider plans to take legal action against his country's cricket officials for casting doubts upon his mentality.
A Pakistan Cricket Board inquiry committee was told by some support staff members of the national team that Haider had a complex personality and was a "weak nerve" person.
The wicketkeeper has sought asylum in London since leaving the team hotel in Dubai last November during the series against South Africa, saying he received death threats from match fixers.
Haider wrote on his Facebook page on Monday that he "is ready now 2 [to] sue PCB about mental illness report ..."
He also plans legal action against the PCB chief operating officer, Subhan Ahmed, the team coach, Intikhab Alam, and the former security manager Khawaja Najam Javed.