Junaid Khan reacts after axe from Pakistan World Cup squad

Pakistan fast bowler Junaid Khan on Monday shared a cryptic picture on his social media account after he was removed from the World Cup squad by Pakistan national selectors.
Star fast-bowlers Mohammad Amir and Wahab Riaz were added to the 15-man squad as chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq announced the final squad for the quadrennial event on Monday.
From the 15-player provisional squad, which was announced on 18 April, the selectors have replaced Abid Ali and Junaid Khan with Asif Ali and Mohammad Amir, respectively (both were named as additional players), while Wahab Riaz has been recalled to replace Faheem Ashraf.
“I dont want to say anything. Truth is bitter. (Sach karwa hotha hai),” Junaid wrote on the post along with a picture of himself and a black tape covering his mouth.I dont want to say anything. Truth is bitter. (Sach karwa hotha hai) pic.twitter.com/BsWRzu0XbhJunaid khan 83 (@JunaidkhanREAL) May 20, 2019
Yasir Shah is the fourth player to be released from the side after he was named as Shadab Khan’s replacement for the series against England.
Amir, who is presently in London and has fully recovered from chicken pox, and Wahab is expected to join the squad in Bristol on 22 May. Both the players will be available for selection for the 24 and 26 May warm-up matches before Pakistan launches their World Cup campaign against the Windies on 31 May at Trent Bridge.