Inzimam-ul-Haq | Chief-Selector | Pakistan Cricket Team | Resigns amid CWC23

“People speak without research. Questions were raised on me so I decided to resign,” Chief Selector, PCT on his resignation on Monday 30, 2023

Inzimam ul Haq, who has been performing Chief Selector’s Role for PCB has just resigned from his post due to allegations and questions being raised amid recent Zaka-Babar contraversy. 

The Chief Selector has been rumoured to have a partner on the company that manages players. Geo News reporter, Sohail Imran has acclaimed that there’s a players’ management company been registered with PCB that manages all the players and Inzimam is also one of the partners of that firm. 

The Chief Selector, PCT, says during his resignation statement that media spokesmen speak without any authenticity. They have zero knowledge of the situation and raise questions without solid evidence. Further he says that questions have been raised on him so he decided to resign.

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Moreover, he puts himself upfront in case board requires any investigation. The ex middle order batter and almost 3 months old chief selector clarifies that he hasn’t any relationship or partnership with the PCB or Players’ Management Company.

All such scenario are created at the crucial point when Paksitan Eleven is at the edge of getting elimination ticket from ICC CWC 2023. Pakistan have lost 4 straight games of the Cricket Worldcup 2023 besides Skipper’s leaked private conversation with a top board official. The situation is getting worse and worse day by day which isn’t seem settling down in next few days. The advancements may seem horrible though.

All is going into one direction of removing Babar Azam’s from Pakistan Cricket Team’s captaincy after the ICC Men’s ODI WC 2023 as the PCB has set up a five-member fact-finding committee to investigate the matter and in order to settle down the burning cause. 

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