LAHORE (Web Desk) – The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has imposed manifold restrictions on Mohammad Amir for upcoming New Zealand tour.

The paceman – who has got second life in International cricket after a spot-fixing scandal in England, 2010 – will not be allowed to leave his hotel and meet anyone without the prior permission of the board.

(FILES) - A file picture taken on December 28, 2015, Pakistani cricketer Mohammad Amir bowls during a practice session at a camp for the Pakistan Super League (PSL) in Lahore.  Amir was set to make his return to the Pakistan team after being selected on January 1, 2016 for an upcoming series in New Zealand, months after completing a five-year spot-fixing ban.   AFP PHOTO / Arif ALI /FILES

“If Amir wants to meet someone alone, he’d have to inform team management. He will not be allowed to leave the hotel without permission,” sources in PCB said on Saturday.