- Former Pakistan captain Akram has been treating type 1 diabetes since 1997.
- He said – my insulin injections were removed from the cold case and kept in a plastic bag.
- Akram took 502 wickets in ODIs and 414 wickets for Pakistan
London. Pakistan’s former fast bowler Wasim Akram accused Manchester City employees of molestation. According to Akram, on Tuesday, he was asked to throw his medicines in the dustbin at the airport. They have given this information on social media. Akram has been treating type 1 diabetes since 1997, when he was the captain of Pakistan. Akram has to take insulin injection several times a day.
Akram tweeted, ‘Today my heart is broken at Manchester Airport. I travel with insulin all over the world and today my heart breaks with what happened here. I am feeling very oppressed. I was quite talked absurd and publicly insulin was taken out of its cold case and kept in a plastic bag.
Very disheartened at Manchester airport today, I travel around the world with my insulin but never had I made it feel embarrassed. I felt very humiliated as I was rudely questioned & ordered public in to a plastic bag pic.twitter.com/UgW6z1rkkF
– Wasim Akram (@wasimakramlive) July 23, 2019
“Airport management does not take care of medicines” Akram, 53, was a commentator at the ICC World Cup recently in England and Wales. Akram said, “Airport management did not take proper care of his diabetes drugs.” Akram took 414 wickets in 104 Tests and 502 wickets in 356 ODIs for Pakistan.