LAHORE (Sports Desk) - Former Pakistan cricketers Ramiz Raja, Rashid Latif and Abdul Qadir have called for the establishment for a player's association in the country. This comes in the wake of the tragic death of Aamer Bashir, a 38 year old first class cricketer, who succumbed to Cancer. Aamer Bashir was a heavy run getter in Pakistan domestic cricket through the 1990s and early 2000. He played for Multan, United Bank Limited and Pakistan Customs. He was on the fringes of national selection for quite some time, but the only time he was picked in the Pakistan squad was for the one-off ODI in November 2005 against India at Kolkata. Focusing on the circumstances in which Bashir died, Ramiz stated, "There are many players who are facing financial problems in Pakistan. The circumstances surrounding Aamer Bashir's death is tragic and the creation of a player's association will ensure that members can come on the same platform. Leading Pakistan players like Shahid Afridi, Younis Khan and Basit Ali worked hard to ensure that Bashir received medical treatment.