After Khalid Latif boycotted the Pakistan Cricket Board’s spot-fixing tribunal, the ongoing proceedings struck another snag as former opener Nasir Jamshed on Saturday considered legal action against the tribunal.
In an exclusive interview with Private TV channel, Nasir alleged that the tribunal is being run by PCB’s own men, raising doubts on the outcome of the proceedings.
He suggested the Pakistani courts should hear the spot-fixing case where both lawyers of both parties should appear.
He said that he was not running away from the spot-fixing investigation and is ready to face the allegations made against him.
Former opener said that his British National Crime Agency and can only return to the country once he gets his passport back.
About the alleged bookie named Yousuf, he said that many Pakistan players have met him and some of them are even friends with him.
“He is friends with me and also with many other Pakistani players. I do not know he is a bookie or not. Many players have been meeting him at dinners”, he added.
He refuted the rumours about any deal with PCB on the matter, saying that even if he is offered, he will refuse it.
He further said he will fight allegations against him and expressed hope to come out clean.