Chatting with the BBC, Amjad alleges that his batting type was criticized by a member of workers, referencing his Pakistani heritage.
“I used to be shocked, did not know what to do and was shocked. I had by no means been immediately racially insulted like that to my face. I did not know what to do,” he mentioned.
In a press release offered to CNN on Tuesday, Yorkshire CCC mentioned: “It’s important that those that have skilled racism, discrimination and abuse are capable of come ahead to share their experiences. We have been unaware of this allegation till now however will examine appropriately.”
CNN has reached out to Amjad for remark. He advised the BBC he by no means reported the incident.
“It crosses your thoughts [reporting it] however I used to be a 16-year-old boy, and I did not know what to do. I saved it to myself,” he mentioned.
“Even earlier than the incident I felt distant, it occurred after which I felt remoted after that. Going ahead, I did not really feel I might converse up or give my views on the sport in crew conferences,” he mentioned.
The now former chairman of Yorkshire CCC has been summoned to the UK Parliament to reply questions over the membership’s dealing with of allegations of “institutional” and “endemic” racism on November 16.
Rafiq’s accusations of racism got here to mild in 2020, and the membership subsequently apologized to Rafiq in August and mentioned that he was the “sufferer of inappropriate behaviour.”