ISLAMABAD – Victor Pakistan Handicapped cricket team had returned from India after a successful tour as they won three-match ODI series 2-1 and one-off T20 but none of the Pakistan Cricket Board official or even Chairman bothered to appreciate the feat of the team or chairman of Pakistan Cricket Association for Physically Handicap Association under whom leadership the kids performed superbly against the arch-rivals. A biased attitude was adopted by the PCB as when Pakistan national team despite losing badly against India in the World Cup semi-finals in Mohali return home were given incentives, in the form of cash and other benefits, but when a handicapped team beat India at their own backyard returns home they remained empty handed.Pakistan handicapped team was accorded warm welcome at their return to the country, to be remembered for many years, but it is a matter of great shame on the part of PCB that they don't have even two words of appreciation for these heroes, who raised Pakistani flag high in India.Handicapped players deserve respect more than the normal players, as they were playing against 13 players on the field, including two umpires and more than 20,000 hostile Indian spectators who were backing their team. Hats off to these sons of Pakistan, who despite all the odds against them scored 2-1 ODI series win and won the one-off T20 by 3 wickets against India. The players and management of PCAPH is bitterly disappointed with PCB chief, and its patron President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf, who being the head of the state owed handicapped team at least a word of appreciation as they returned with flying colours and brought laurels to Pakistan. President and Prime Minister should have contacted PCAPH and extended facilitations to the squad and team management for such a remarkable performance, but these personalities don't have time to buck up these handicapped players.PCB must have to change their double standards and the credit must be given due appreciation and be rewarded for their outstanding achievements by the cricket board, the patron and president and PM to boost players morale to repeat such performances in future.