Young Pakistani wicketkeeper Zulqarnain Hiader, ending his self-exile, returned to Pakistan on Monday morning following assurances by the Interior Minister that security would be provided to him and his family. Talking to media persons on his arrival at Benazir International Airport Zulqarnain Haider said that Pakistani government has assured to provide fool proof security to him and his family after which he took the decision to settle back in Pakistan. The young Pakistani cricketer said that the person who gave him death threats was an Indian. The accused has been traced but motives and elements behind the threat have not been known. He blamed that Kamran Akmals father-in-law was involved in gambling and an investigation should be launched into the matter. He said that Umar Akmal also had an inappropriate behaviour towards him in the series against South Africa in Dubai. He said that he made all-out efforts to end corruption in cricket. He urged the International Cricket Council and Pakistan Cricket Board to take steps to end malpractices in the game. It should be mentioned that Zulqarnain Haider suddenly disappeared during Dubai Cricket series after he received life threats. He reached UK for political asylum where the UK police took him under protective custody. Later he also called on Interior Minister Rehman Malik during his visit to UK and informed him about the entire situation and threats he faced. The Interior Minister had assured him about his security on his return to the country.