After being accused of having multiple affairs, Pakistan’s Imam-ul-Haq has apologised for what he has done to Pakistan Cricket Board.
Pakistan Cricket Board Managing Director Wasim Khan issued a statement that Imam-ul-Haq has apologised for what he has done, adding the matter has risen up owing to misunderstanding, according to Imam’s statement.
"Imam has been repenting. And, he has apologised for what misconduct he has committed,” said the PCB official, speaking on Imam’s controversy that sparked a lot of hype on social media during the last few days.
“We have told him in clear terms about what standards PCB wants.”
He then went on to say that Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) expects the players to maintain high standards of ethics and discipline, as they are ‘ambassadors of the nation.’
He further added that, under this captaincy, the players need to be more responsible and should follow the rules set by the cricket body.
Imam-ul-Haq is nephew of former Pakistan cricketer and captain Inzamam-ul-Haq, As it is his selection to the national team has always been under a scanner. After the matter became public, Imam issued unconditional apology. The PCB let him off the hook with a bit of rebuke.
Previously, Imam found himself in problem after screenshots of his WhatsApp conversation were leaked on social media, the women, who posted them, charged him of misleading them.
Wasim Khan stated that the board has looked into the matter and spoken to Imam about it.