Former Pakistan cricket captain Wasim Akram’s vehicle was fired at in Karachi on Wednesday evening but he remained unhurt, according to reports.
Reports said unidentified men had fired at Akram’s vehicle near the National Stadium of the city.
Akram had called the police helpline number and registered a complaint. As per Akram, the two men had attacked his vehicle with bullets while riding a motorcycle.
Police has now reached the spots and investigations have begun.
A shaken Akram told a Pakistani newspaper, “I have noted down the vehicle’s number and given it to the police.”
Akram is conducting a training camp for fast bowlers at the National Stadium in Karachi and denied any previous threat made to him.
The Pakistani legend in recent times has taken up quite a few commentary assignments with Indian sports broadcasters and is also the mentor for the Indian Premier League franchise Kolkata Knight Riders.