Pakistan’s oldest Test cricketer dies


LAHORE – Pakistan’s oldest surviving Test cricketer Mohammad Aslam Khokar breathed his last here at a local hospital after a prolonged illness. Khokar was a member of the touring side led by Abdul Hafeez Kardar on the historic tour to England in 1954.
He played one Test and stood as an umpire in three Test matches as well. Khokar was 91 years old. PCB Chairman Ijaz Butt, COO Subhan Ahmad and PCB management condoled the sad demise of Aslam Khokhar.