Pakistan Chief Selector Inzamam ul Haq Resigns Amid Conflict of Interest Allegations  

Inzamam was allegedly associated with a UK-based company named Yazoo International Ltd., which shared ties with top players and their agent. 


This raised concerns that his team selection decisions could have been influenced by his business interests. 

The PCB has taken a strong stance on the issue of conflict of interest, making it clear that they will not tolerate any behavior that could undermine the integrity of the sport. 

PCB's Stance  

The PCB's chairman, Zaka Ashraf, has stated that they are "committed to transparency and accountability" and will take "all necessary steps to protect the interests of the game. 

The PCB has established a five-member fact-finding committee to investigate the alleged conflict of interest and its implications for the team selection process. 

PCB's Inquiry 

Inzamam ul Haq has expressed his willingness to cooperate with the PCB's investigation, and the PCB has pledged to be transparent and accountable in its handling of the matter 

Inzamam's resignation and the ongoing inquiry into the conflict of interest allegations have cast a shadow over the future of Pakistan cricket.  

Chaos in Pakistan Cricket   

Pakistan have lost four games in a row at the World Cup for the first time ever, and are on the brink of a first-round exit.