Lahore April 29: The PCB Vigilance and Security Department has responded to cricketer Khalid Latif’s letter received on April 24. The Vigilance and Security Department has vehemently rejected the frivolous, baseless and false allegations leveled in the letter.
The PCB ACU has to date acceded to all permissible requests by Khalid Latif and extended full cooperation as permitted under the Anti-Corruption Code (The Code). But regrettably Khalid’s actions appear to be solely aimed at frustrating and obstructing the ongoing investigations.
PCB is aware that Khalid had filed a Writ Petition before the Honourable Lahore High Court and that the same was dismissed in limine. Resultantly there is no legal impediment against PCB in continuing its investigation under the Code.
Therefore, in accordance with the provisions of Article 4.3 of the Code Khalid is again directed to appear before the PCB Vigilance and Security Department for an interview on Tuesday May 2, 2017.
Khalid is once again reminded of his obligations under the Code which mandates his full cooperation with the PCB Vigilance and Security Department in its investigation. Khalid’s non-appearance at the aforementioned interview may result in further breaches of Articles 2.4.6 and 2.4.7 of the Code.
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