Former Pakistan cricket team veteran fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar is once again in the news. Recently, Shoaib was sued for defamation by a PCB official in which he was asked to respond to the notice and now Shoaib has given a befitting reply and asked PCB legal advisor Tafjul Rizvi to apologize.
Responding to the defamation notice sent by Tafjul Rizvi, it was termed by Shoaib as ‘legally defective and false’ to all the allegations leveled against him, as well as the storm bowler ‘publicly humiliating, defaming’ Rizvi. And asked to apologize for making fun of them.
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Shoaib said, “Everything I said on my channel was for the good of Pakistan cricket and told me what the board needs to improve.” I had expressed my opinion about Rizvi on the basis of personal conversation with him. ”
He tweeted, “My comment about the PCB and Rizvi was the public interest opinion about the shortcomings of the PCB and the hope of improving it.” ”
Akhtar had called Rizvi ‘unqualified’ on his YouTube channel. After this, Rizvi, who has been working as a legal advisor for a long time in the Pakistan Cricket Board, sent a defamation notice to Akhtar.
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Akhtar also criticized the ban of three years on Omar Akmal. The matter caught fire after Rizvi demanded an unconditional apology from Akhtar and a compensation of Rs 1 crore for the charity.
However, in this whole case many former cricketers were seen supporting Shoaib and he hoped that he would give a befitting reply to the PCB’s legal advisor.
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