LAHORE: Pakistan Cricket Board Anti-Corruption Tribunal on Tuesday accepted the request of Khalid Latif, suspended over spot-fixing costs, to adjourn the proceedings until June 14.
Latif had emailed the tribunal requesting that they be allowed to advance their defence from June 14.
In line with a PCB assertion, the Anti-Corruption Tribunal on the NCA Lahore held detailed deliberations relating to the request and permit his counsel to make ultimate arguments.
The assertion stated that the tribunal rigorously deliberated on the matter and has granted the request of the cricketer.
Earlier in Might, Khalid Latif boycotted the Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) anti-corruption tribunal.
The cricketer refused to seem earlier than the PCB’s anti-corruption tribunal following a tiff with the PCB’s authorized counsel.
Badar Alam-Khalid’s lawyer stated that he has reservations towards tribunal’s head Justice (retd) Asghar Haider.
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