Pakistan Cricket Board’s medical chief, Dr Sohail Saleem has claimed that the PCB had forced him to resign after the PSL was postponed earlier.
“I didn’t resign myself. The truth is soon after the postponement the PCB CEO Wasim Khan told me to resign. I knew that I had no choice because if I didn’t I would be sacked,” Saleem said on ‘Geo News’ channel.
“I only gave them the blueprint. It was the responsibility of the PCB to run it. If they were breaches it is their responsibility not mine,” said Saleem.
“I had raised objections to some of the franchises conducting commercial shoots at the hotel and also on some other matters but no one listened to me. Yet today, I am blamed for the breaches,” he said.