Lahore, May 13 : Pakistan''s wicket- keeper Zulqarnain Haider has reversed his retirement decision from cricket, saying he would be available to play at every level.
"I have decided to take back my retirement decision in national interest and also because I want to revive my career," The BBC News quoted him as saying.
His statement came, following assurances of his safety by the Pakistan''s Interior Minister Rehman Malik.
Haider had left the team hotel, in last November during the one-day match against South Africa, claiming that he had received death threats, for refusing to take part in match fixing.
He had subsequently announced his retirement in London and applied for political
asylum in Britain.
Haider has withdrawn his application from the asylum office and is scheduled to meet the
PCB officials, for revival of his contract.
The PCB has said Haider would be allowed to meet the PCB officials after he responds to the notice sent by PCB. (ANI)