“God knows that I have done nothing wrong and I am innocent,” Latif stated, declining to comment on the issue any further.
Latif is solitary of two Islamabad United players whom were sent back to Pakistan afterwards the PCB (Pakistan Cricket Board) provisionally rejected them in the observation of its Anti-Corruption Code as section of a present investigation into an international syndicate which is considered to be trying to corrupt the Pakistan Super League.
Sharjeel Khan is the second cricketer who has been rejected.
Sharjeel Khan’s father discuss to media on Saturday, declaring that, “Sharjeel has done nothing wrong, this [claim]is a misapprehension.”
“While the PCB investigates the issue further, it will see that Sharjeel is not to hold responsible. I have full faith in God and know that my son will be cleared of all charges,” additionally he said.
Pakistan Super League Chairman Najam Sethi had claimed a statement regarded to the incident saying, “We will not authorize any kind of corrupt affair and as this investigation move on we will not delay to take further final action as appropriate. The Pakistan Super League management is running with the anti-corruption units of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and the ICC (International Cricket Council) to root out corruption. It would not be suitable to comment on the specifics of the case, nevertheless, this investigation is a pure proof of our arrangement to drive corruption out of our sport,” Najam Sethi briefly told.