The legal advisor of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Tafazzul Rizvi has said that there is enough evidence against Pakistani batsmen Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif on spot-fixing and other charges.
Rizvi said in an interview that the available evidence in the form of telephone conversations, messages etc had all undergone forensic testing and were enough to convince the tribunal, formed to hear the spot-fixing charges, to take action against the players.
He felt that the two players were trying to misguide the tribunal.
The PCB’s Anti-Corruption Unit, meanwhile, has also summoned Pakistani allrounder Muhammad Nawaz for questioning on 11th of May. Nawaz’s call-up is said to be related to an incident in Australia when Pakistan was touring there last winter.