The cricketers are also upset over massive trolls and harassment following the defeat by India in the World Cup.
The PCB in its directives asked the cricketers to go out only when needed.
The PCB said that when the cricketers will go out, they will be accompanied by security guards.
Sarfaraz, who was carrying his son, simply walked away at the question.
As the boy faced criticism, he then shared a video apologising for his abusive behaviour.
He said that he did not know the consequences of his remarks when he made the video. He also denied having uploaded the video, adding that he deleted it after apologising to Sarfaraz personally.
“I know you are all angry but I did not realise it would turn out like this,” he said.
Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed insists his team's World Cup dream is not over yet despite their "hurtful" defeat against bitter rivals India but social media is not ready to forgive Sarfaraz for his dismal performance.