Credit: Twitter

Credit: Twitter

The Pakistan Cricket team were issued visas for the ICC Men's ODI World Cup 2023 in India less than 48 hours before their departure to Hyderabad. Ahead of their travel to India, Pakistan skipper Babar Azam has found himself in the middle of yet another controversy involving the breach of traffic laws.

Earlier on Monday, Pakistan expressed their concern over the delayed departure for the World Cup in India due to visa complications. Later, the Men in Green received their visas for India as they will depart for India through Dubai on Wednesday before travelling to Hyderabad from Dubai two days before their first practice game.

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Ahead of their departure for India, Babar Azam found himself in hot waters as the 28-year-old had been fined for exceeding the speed limit by the Punjab Motorway Police. Although the amount of the fine hasn't been disclosed, a picture has gone viral on social media where Babar can be spotted standing alongside a policeman seemingly discussing the overspeeding incident.

This is not the first time that the Pakistani skipper has been caught violating the traffic laws, he was caught for not having a proper number plate earlier this year but wasn’t fined any amount.

Ahead of the World Cup, the Men in Green are scheduled to face 2019 CWC runners-up New Zealand in a warm-up game on Friday, September 29 followed by their second warm-up game against Australia on October 3 at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad. Pakistan will kick off their World Cup campaign against the Netherlands on October 6 in Hyderabad.