PCB refuses to comment on Imam’s chat scandal
The Pakistani Cricket Board (PCB) refused to comment on a scandal surrounding young opening batsman Imam-ul-Haq terming its a personal issue.
According to a local news website, a PCB official said that ever since then, many are waiting for the PCB to react on the matter and the board has refused to comment on the same.
Imam, who averages more than 54 in ODIs, has always been taunted of being favoured by his uncle Inzamam-ul-Haq who is the chief selector. The latter is stepping down from his position and Imam’s position in the national team is under no threat. But with the controversy propping up, many felt that the PCB will question the cricketer over his conduct.
It is pertinent to mention here that Imam-ul-Haq made the headlines on Wednesday when a Twitter user leaked his chats with girls and accused him of manipulating and cheating them. It was cleared in the tweets that all the chats were of the last six months and the cricketer is known to have been dating around seven to eight girls during this period.