LAHORE: – Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has on Saturday rejected the suspended cricketer Khalid Latif’s accusation of bias on anti-corruption unit and has summoned the suspended cricketer again on May 2, reported Dunya News.
According to details, PCB rejected Khalid Latif’s accusations of bias against anti-corruption unit and summoned the batsman, suspended over spot-fixing allegations, on May 2 again.
PCB maintained that Khalid Latif was bound to appear before the anti-corruption unit and non-cooperation charges would also be initiated against him in case he didn’t comply. The board also maintained that Khalid Latif has been provided with all the proofs of fixing.
Earlier, Khalid Latif had accused the anti-corruption unit of bias and hadn’t appeared before the unit on April 26 despite orders.