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Former Pakistan captain, Rashid Latif, has claimed that the CEO of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Wasim Khan, has begun blocking cricketers on WhatsApp due to obscure reasons.

Due to this state of mind, the Rashid Latif has moreover blocked Wasim Khan, he told in a YouTube video a couple of days back.

Nearby cricket examiner Dr. Nauman Niaz, Rashid Latif told that Faheem Ashraf had texted the CEO looking for authorization to play franchise-based alliances and he has since been blocked.

Latif moreover said that he has the confirmation for what he’s saying, telling that Shadab Khan and Asif Ali have to been treated the same way.

Concurring to the later reports, Faheem Ashraf was banned from playing for the Melbourne Rebels within the up and coming version of the Enormous Bash Association in Australia.

And comparable claims are being made almost Usman Shinwari, in any case, he is the portion of the Pakistan Test squad playing against Sri Lanka.

The two moreover claimed that there’s a party going on within the PCB, particularly in terms of the control diversion.

One of the progressing issues is debasement at the National Cricket Foundation (NCA) in Lahore and two senior authorities counting Ali Zia and Mudassar Nazar have either ventured down or chosen not to look for an extension.

PCB has too shaped a three-member committee to explore affirmed degenerate hones within the NCA.

Wasim Khan has pulled back from the Cricket Committee whereas Haroon Rashid will moreover portion ways with the PCB early another year.

The pair said that a few unmistakable cricketers are controlling the PCB from behind the scenes. Talking around Fawad Alam’s consideration, Nauman Niaz claimed that it’s all been done on headings from the top.

Expressing his outrage, Dr. Nauman said that he too got a message from Wasim Khan for imitating his English talking fashion.

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