Reportedly former captain salman Butt has dropped out of the pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) national selection committee for a single day. Butt, who was banned and jailed in the 2010 spot-fixing case, was included in the selection panel on Friday. This was not only a cause of controversy but also widespread outrage. Disgraced cricketer salman Butt has been dropped from the pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) selection committee. He was ousted after controversy erupted over his appointment to the selection committee of a jailed man caught in spot-fixing.
Yes, former captain salman Butt, who was selected as a member of the national selection committee of the pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), has left the committee for a single day. Butt, who was banned and jailed in the 2010 spot-fixing case, was included in the selection panel on Friday. This was not only a cause of controversy but also widespread outrage. The head of the committee, Wahab Riaz, announced that Salman's appointment had been withdrawn on Saturday. He has informed that 37 year old Asad Shafiq has been appointed to the committee instead of Salman.
Moreover the chhattisgarh Cricket Association (CSCS) will spend Rs 1.4 crore to flood the stadium for the 4th t20 match between india and Australia. It is known that it has been spent. 3.16 crore of the stadium in the last 5 years. Due to non-payment of the electricity bill, the electricity was cut off before the match on Friday. Hence CSCS generator had to be used to light the floodlights. 40% of the outstanding electricity bill was spent on just 1 day's generator.
Australia's star all-rounder Mitchell Marsh has defended his step on the trophy during the world cup victory celebration and said that he did not disrespect the trophy. He also said that he will not hesitate to step on the trophy again. Talking about this in a radio interview, he said, 'I came to know about the dispute. But I didn't mind. If I get a chance, I will step again.'