Believe it or not, one of the provincial ministers has offered to gift a camel to each member of the Pakistan cricket team on their historic series win over India. “Yes, this maybe the first time the players have been receiving this unique gifts, but I decided to gift them once they won the ODI series in India”, Haji Ali Madad Jattak, Provincial Minister of Roads and Bridges in Balochistan, said from Quetta on Sunday afternoon. “Camel is a cultural animal in Balochestan and I was happy to see players’ performance on TV here and immediately decided to offer camels as gifts”, he added. The minister, also agriculturist by profession, has good interest in the game and never misses to watch team playing in Pakistan. “Players need not come to my place to collect this unique gift, the camels will be sent to their respective homes”, he said. “Yes, they need to have the doors of their home high. It is believed those who have tall doors are only high-level people”. The cost of each camel may exceed over Rs 400,000. The minister is representing Pakistan People’s Party, headed by the 11th President of Pakistan, Asif Ali Zardari, who is also the chief patron of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).