While the Pakistan team is struggling to make it to the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup, on the other hand kick punches are going on in the board.
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Pakistan team aside in Australia T20 World Cup While trying to reach the semi-finals, on the other hand the Pakistan Cricket Board is embroiled in its own problems. Now there was a public scuffle in the Pakistan Cricket Board. The officers started beating each other. The Director of the Pakistan Cricket Board has been accused of assaulting a colleague and now the matter has reached the Disciplinary Commission. According to PakistanCricket.com, the incident took place at the PCB Headquarters and the video of the scuffle has been captured on CCTV.
According to sources, the relations between media and communication director Sami-ul-Hasan and commercial director Usman Waheed were bad from the beginning. For the past few days, the relationship between the two had worsened even more. Both were not even talking straight face.
Sami pushes Usman
Both Sami and Usman had crossed the limit of their words. After this, both collided in the corridor of the headquarters. Sami is accused of trying to push Usman and beat him during this time. According to sources, the rest of the officers present there intervened when the matter escalated.
Complaint filed against Sami
Usman then filed a written complaint. He wrote that the media director tried to attack him. During this, he also used objectionable words. The matter has been referred to the Disciplinary Commission and a meeting has also been held on this matter.
pressure to withdraw complaint
The decision on the matter will be taken after listening to both of them and seeing the evidence. according to the formula PCB The senior officials of Usman even pressurized Usman to withdraw the complaint, but he was not ready for it. He has even turned down the offer of unconditional apology. Osman wants to register an FIR against Sami in the police in this case, but the board stopped him from taking drastic steps by assuring him of justice.