LAHORE: Former National Team cricketer and leg-spinner Abdul Qadir on Thursday passed away following a cardiac arrest.

As per details, Qadir suffered a heart attack and was being taken to a hospital in Lahore but unfortunately couldn’t he lost his life’s battle.

Qadir’s son Salman Qadir has told the press that We were taking our father to the hospital but he died before we could reach there.

He also told that his father and former NT leg-spinner had no heart disease.

He represented the country’s cricket team in 67 Tests and 104 One-day Internationals (ODIs) matches from 1977 to 1993.

He claimed 368 wickets for Pakistan in test and ODIs collectively.