Spot-fixing accused cricketer Khalid Latif showed concern over PCB’s Vigilance and Security Department Senior General Manager Muhammad Azam Khan in the investigation, however, the board has decided not to remove him from the tribunal, Dawn News reported.
Last week, Khalid Latif wrote a letter to PCB, where he accused the official of putting false allegations on him and manipulating facts, he also requested his removal from the tribunal investigating the PSL spot-fixing probe, but agreed to appear before the tribunal on May 2.
According to Khalid, the official twisted facts in notice of demand of April 28 that ordered him to appear on May 2 before the tribunal.
However, PCB has rejected the batsman’s request coining his claim as frivolous, baseless and false. As per details from a PCB source, the board is not looking to remove the official from the tribunal investigating the PSL spot-fixing scandal.
Khalid Latif appeared before the tribunal today and he is given a list of questions that he has to answer by May 5.