Pakistan faced a 74-run defeat against England in the first Test of the three-match series at Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium on Monday
The PBCC said "it strongly condemns this discriminating act of India as sports should be above regional politics".
Lashing out at the losing side, the ex-star said harsh words for the Pakistan team. He added that the management, captain and PCB chief would now say that they didn't have Shaheen Afridi for the game.
Former England coach David Lloyd feels India have the tools to play the same brand of Test cricket that England are currently playing.
Pakistan fast bowler Haris Rauf has been ruled out of the rest of the Test series against England with a thigh injury, the team's management said Tuesday.
Pakistan remain 5th in the WTC points table but if Australia or India go on to win their forthcoming Test assignments, Babar Azam & Co. would not be able to book their spot in the summit clash
Former England captain Michael Vaughan made a big captaincy claim after Ben Stokes inspired his team to a historic Test triumph over Pakistan in Rawalpindi.
Over 1500 runs were scored in 5 days of the Rawalpindi Test between Pakistan and England.
England defeated Pakistan in the opening Test of the series in Rawalpindi after setting a 343-run target for the hosts to chase in the second innings.
Pakistan began the fifth and final day on 80-2 after being set a target of 343 for victory, but Ollie Robinson and James Anderson took four wickets apiece to dash the home team's hopes.
After taking only five wickets in his last four Tests, Hasan was dropped from the Pakistan Test squad for the ongoing three-match home series against England.
England all-rounder Liam Livingstone was on Monday ruled out of the remainder of the Test series against Pakistan after sustaining a right knee injury during the first match in Rawalpindi.
Pakistan vs England 1st Test Day 5 Highlights: Chasing 343 runs for victory, Pakistan were bundled out for 268 runs in their last innings.
Pakistan lost Abdullah Shafique (six) and skipper Babar Azam (four) in their second innings before Imam-ul-Haq (43) and Saud Shakeel (24) ended day four at the crease on 80-2
For a brief period of time, England batter Joe Root opted for a left-handed stance in the first Test against Pakistan. Root attempted a sweep shot and was almost caught.
Pakistan pacer Mohammad Irfan expressed that both teams should visit each other to play and that players should kept away from politics
During the Day 3 of the 1st Test between Pakistan and England Joe Root found a great source of sweat for England
Babar Azam scored 136 runs against England in the first Test, prompting Michael Vaughan to term him the 'best in the world across formats'.