In a U-turn, the Pakistan Cricket Board has issued a show cause notification to previous captain of Pakistan cricket in ODI and test Younis Khan for leaving a national one-day competition after conflict with the match authorities and for this issue this notice.
Subsequent to giving the impression yesterday that PCB executive, Shaharyar Khan had acknowledged an expression of remorse from Younis khan for his bad conduct and permitted him to resume playing in the Pakistan Cup in Faisalabad, the PCB said today it had given Younis khan seven days to react to the notification.
In a public statement, the PCB boss elucidated that while the board had all respects for Younis khan who has served the nation with honor, he would take after the procedure managing such circumstance as stipulated in the significant standards. The discharge said subsequent to the match ref had as of now fined Younis khan 50 for every penny of his match expenses and charged him for disregarding a few conditions of his focal contract, it would take after the same strategy.
“In tolerating the suggestions of Match Referee a fine of half of his match expense has been forced on Younis Khan and for rupturing the provisions of his focal contract a show cause notice has been issued to Younis Khan to disclose his position to the Board inside seven days,” the discharge said. The senior batsman has been charged for ruptures of a few statements of his agreement and is not permitted to play again in the Pakistan Cup in which he was driving the Khyber Pakhtunkhawa group before leaving the occasion to challenge the disposition and choices of the match authorities.
“In light of the above pending disciplinary procedures and because of the way that a substitution player has as of now been added to the KPK Team, it has been chosen, in light of a legitimate concern for the diversion, not to permit Younis khan to rejoin the Khyber Pakhtunkhawa group in the Pakistan Cup,” the discharge said.
Shaharyar said: “Younis has been an awesome worker of Pakistan Cricket and a genuine good example for youths. I feel tormented settling on this choice as we need to exhibit that nobody is greater than the diversion. We will sit tight for Younis to react before we continue further in this matter.” The discharge affirmed that Younis had scrutinized the umpires’ choices in the Pakistan Cup match between Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab groups.
“In light of the above pending disciplinary proceedings and due to the fact that a replacement player has already been added to the KPK Team, it has been decided, in the interest of the game, not to allow Younis to rejoin the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa team in the Pakistan Cup,” the release stated.
“Younis has been a great servant of Pakistan Cricket and a true role model for youngsters. I feel pained making this decision as we have to demonstrate that no one is bigger than the game. We will wait for Younis to respond before we proceed further in this matter,” Shaharyar said.
The umpires reported this matter to the Match Referee who charged Younis under level-II of the implicit rules for players and player bolster work force and fined 50 for each penny of Younis’ match expense. It said under the implicit rules a notification of charge was given over to the Team Manager of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mukhtiar Hussain and a hearing was set by the Match Referee.
In any case, the Team Manager educated that Younis had declined to acknowledge the notification of charge and later left the group in dissent.