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PCB’s investigation begins on Inzamam ul Haq over possible “conflict of interest”

PCB’s investigation begins on Inzamam ul Haq over possible “conflict of interest”

PCB’s investigation begins on Inzamam ul Haq over possible “conflict of interest”

Inzamam ul Haq

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  • PCB has formed a five-member fact-finding committee.
  • The committee aims to complete the probe within a week.
  • Inzamam ul Haq resigned as chief selector on October 30.
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According to sources on Tuesday, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) established a five-member fact-finding committee on Monday, October 30, and it has begun an investigation into Inzamam-ul-Haq, the former chief selector, regarding possible shares in a company owned by the player’s agent that could have created a conflict of interest.

The committee is hoping to complete the probe within a week, according to sources, and they want to do so as fast as feasible.

The fact-finding team will present its findings and recommendations to Zaka Ashraf, the chairman of the PCB Management Committee, for final approval after the investigation is concluded.

This committee’s main goal is to investigate the allegations of a conflict of interest that have surfaced in relation to the team selecting procedure.

There were rumors that Talha Rehmani, the agent for players, owned a company that Inzamam owned interests in.

Given that Rehmani represents a number of Pakistan’s top cricket players, including Babar Azam, Mohammad Rizwan, and Shaheen Shah Afridi, this revelation raised questions about possible conflicts of interest.

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There are also questions over whether Inzamam’s dual responsibilities as Chief Selector and shareholder in a company that represents elite cricket players could affect the way players are chosen.

Inzamam resigned from his role as the men’s national team’s head selector earlier on October 30 in response to reports that he had a “conflict of interest.”

“People speak without research. Questions were raised on me so I decided that it was better I resign,” Inzamam said.

It should be mentioned that on August 7, Zaka Ashraf, who had just been appointed head of the PCB Management Committee, named Inzamam the main selector of the men’s national squad.

Inzamam was top selector from 2016 to 2019 prior to. Under Sarfaraz Ahmed’s direction, he picked the squad that took home the Champions Trophy in 2017.

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