Inzamamul Haq, the chief selector of the Pakistan national cricket team, today announced that he will stepping down from the post, after revelations in media that he was holding stake in a player’s management company that represented the business interests of key players in the t.
In the statement, Inzamam said that he was available if the cricket board would initiate an investigation.
"People are making statements without research. I told the PCB to do their research. I have no relation with the player-agent company," he clarified.
Inzamam-ul-Haq has resigned as the chairman of the national men's selection committee and junior selection committee. He was appointed as the chairman of the national men's committee on 7 August 2023 and was also appointed chairman of the junior men's selection committee earlierâ¦— PCB Media (@TheRealPCBMedia) October 30, 2023
Inzamam reportedely holds stakes in UK-based Yazoo International Ltd, a firm owned by sports agent Talha Rehmani raising concerns regarding potential conflicts of interest.
Rehmani represents several of Pakistan's leading cricketers, including Babar Azam, Mohammad Rizwan, and Shaheen Shah Afridi.
Rizwan is also said to be director at Yazoo alongside Inzamam. The company secretary is Intisar-ul-Haq, Inzamam's brother.
The PCB said that it had formed a five-member fact-finding committee to “investigate allegations in respect of conflict of interest reported in the media pertaining to the team selection process”.
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has set up a five-member fact-finding committee to investigate allegations in respect of conflict of interest reported in the media pertaining to the team selection process.— PCB Media (@TheRealPCBMedia) October 30, 2023
The committee will submit its report and any recommendations to the PCBâ¦
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