Kamran has reportedly complained about selectors for overlooking him despite his good showing in domestic matches.
Lahore: Discarded Pakistan wicketkeeper Kamran Akmal met with the PCB chairman Zaka Ashraf in another attempt to resurrect his international career.
The experienced wicketkeeper, who received a lot of flak for his shoddy work behind the stumps during the World Cup, has reportedly complained about selectors for overlooking him despite his good showing in domestic matches.
"Kamran conveyed to the Board Chairman that the selectors were being unfair to him despite his good performances in domestic cricket as he had been ignored for the Sri Lanka series and Bangladesh tour," a source close to the cricketer informed.
Kamran's name also came up during the spot-fixing scandal along with pacer Wahab Riaz who has also not been picked during recent matches.
"Kamran wanted to clear a few misunderstandings surrounding him," the source revealed.
The source added that Kamran told the PCB Chief that he had submitted all the necessary documents such as his bank accounts and assets' details to the ICC and PCB's integrity committee.
Kamran has been in good form in the ongoing Quaid-e-Azam Trophy and scored another half-century in a ninth-round match for the National bank on Wednesday.