The Chief Selector of the Pakistan cricket team, Inzamam-ul-Haq, along with Muhammad Rizwan and Talha Rehmani from Saya Corp (which oversees the management of several players on the team), are jointly involved in a business venture: Yazoo International Ltd.
I’m stepping down so PCB can conduct an inquiry about the conflict of interest allegations against me. If I’m not guilty, I will resume my role as the chief selector.
Inzamam ul Haq
This Inzamam ul Haq company constitutes a form of corruption of a significantly high magnitude. The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) is currently conducting an inquiry into this matter.
Inzamam-ul-Haq has resigned from his position as Pakistan’s men’s chief selector amid an ongoing PCB investigation into potential conflict of interest allegations. This development is unprecedented, and it became even more significant due to the ignominious nature of his departure. It followed a disappointing World Cup performance, further exacerbated by accusations of nepotism towards Imam ul Haq and his business partner Muhammad Rizwan, both of whom are associated with Saya Corporation, which also counts as Babar’s mentor.
Inzamam-ul-Haq has tendered his resignation as the chairman of both the national men’s selection committee and the junior selection committee. He assumed the role of chairman for the national men’s committee on August 7, 2023, and was also recently appointed as the head of the junior men’s selection committee.
a) Establishing an undisclosed company without notifying the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR).
b) Creating deceptive alliances with influential individuals and managers of players while holding the position of a selector.
c) One of the three partners received funds without proper documentation.
The PCB acknowledges and commends Inzamam for his voluntary decision to step aside during this investigation.
Oh, what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive. Sir Walter Scott