"The Pakistani government guaranteed the Sri Lankan team that they would provide them with security.
"To see the type of security provided to the Sri Lankan team was completely shameful.
"Most ministers in Pakistan have better security than that provided to the Sri Lankan team."
The chief executive of the Federation of International Cricketers' Associations' (FICA) Tim May said that he met with ICC officials last week to discuss player concerns over security as a result of a recent survey.
"Unfortunately the tragedy only heightens those concerns," he said in a statement.
"At this time it's not appropriate to go into the detail of either the survey or the meeting, but there was a general acceptance that cricket needs to construct firm processes involving both players and administrators to address any effects on cricket that an escalation of terrorism may have in cricket playing countries."
May called for the creation of a security summit involving industry experts, other sports and player representatives to look at ways of safeguarding players.
Despite criticism, Morgan said the ICC would not be intervening to oversee Test match security arrangements - the responsibility for which currently lies with the two nations involved.
He said: "The ICC only becomes directly involved in safety and security if there is a disagreement between the host and visitor.
"There was no disagreement and we werent involved in assessing security."
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