Revealed:August 8, 2017 1:09 am
Pakistan’s suspended batsman, Khalid Latif has decided to acquire his spot-correcting situation to the Supreme Court in its place of waiting around for a remaining verdict from the 3-member anti-corruption tribunal of the Pakistan Cricket Board.
His lawyer, Badar Alam confirmed that in future few times he will be filing a petition in the Supreme court docket on behalf of his client from the legality and doing work of the tribunal and PCB.
“We will go to the Supreme Court in few times and will not be responding to the August 9th deadline supplied to us by the tribunal to post our remaining submission in the situation,” he mentioned.
Latif is charged with 6 counts of breaching the PCB’s anti-corruption code and has because the tribunal begun its hearings regularly challenged the legality of the tribunal.
“They are producing a mockery of the laws and rules and they have not even supplied us a good chance to battle our situation. We have even been abused and harassed in the tribunal hearings,” Alam mentioned.
Requested about who experienced abused him, he mentioned he wouldn’t acquire names but anyone could look at the video clip recordings of the May 19th proceedings of the tribunal and see for by themselves what experienced transpired.
Latif and his Pakistan and Islamabad United franchise teammate, Sharjeel Khan were being 1st suspended and sent back again to Pakistan from the 2nd Pakistan Tremendous League in February on fees of spot-correcting.
Later on the PCB also suspended 4 other gamers, Shahzaib Hasan, Nasir Jamshed, Muhammad Irfan and Muhammad Nawaz in the situation.
While Sharjeel and his lawyer appeared just before the tribunal in all the hearings and the tribunal is set to give its remaining verdict on Sharjeel this month, in distinction, Latif has because the start out questioned the authority of the PCB
Chairman to appoint an anti-corruption tribunal.
He has also raised thoughts in excess of the members of the tribunal noting they experienced all been involved with the PCB in the earlier in some capacity or the other.