Inzamam-ul-Haq, Pakistan’s chief of selectors, resigned from the post on Monday in response to charges of a conflict of interest with the team’s poor performance in the World Cup in India.
Prior media reports stated that prominent Pakistani cricket players, such as Babar Azam and Mohammed Rizwan, were connected to a player’s management firm that was registered with the PCB and in which Inzamam had shares. Allegations of conflict of interest resulted from this, and the PCB was shocked.
The Pakistani cricket team has been through a difficult period since the World Cup began. Off-field disputes have aligned. In response to claims made by former Pakistani captain Rashid Latif, the team has not received salary for the previous five months.The PCB statement’s raises the possibility that it is treating the issue more seriously than past conflicts of this nature have. Even though there isn’t any proof that Inzamam or any other party did anything illegal.