Another trouble occurs for Former Pakistan batsman Khalid Latif when Port Qasim terminated his contract in domestic cricket.
Earlier, Khalid Latif was representing Port Qasim in domestic cricket which was suspended due to his role in the Pakistan Super League spot-fixing case. But now it has been ended.
The PCB Anti-corruption tribunal has already found Pakistani batsman Khalid Latif guilty of breaching the PCB’s anti-corruption code and banned him for five years besides fining one million rupees.
The 31-year-old has been suspended ever since investigations began into his activities while playing for Islamabad United six months ago.
Latif, a white-ball specialist, has 18 Pakistan caps across the two limited-overs formats and last represented his country in a Twenty20 against Windies just under a year ago.