International Cricket Council urged to look into Najam Sethi's appointment

Updated: 26 June 2013 14:56 IST

Transparency International Pakistan wrote a letter to ICC president Alan Isaac on Wednesday, saying "in our opinion Sethi's appointment is unconstitutional".

Islamabad:

Transparency International Pakistan has urged the International Cricket Council to investigate what it calls the 'unconstitutional' appointment of Najam Sethi as acting chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board. (Also read: Sethi wants team to show results)

TIP wrote a letter to ICC president Alan Isaac on Wednesday, saying "in our opinion Sethi's appointment is unconstitutional".

The TIP also requested the ICC to "adhere to its own principles to ensure corruption free cricket in the world and especially to observe that national boards follow their own constitution duly approved by ICC."

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif appointed Sethi as acting chairman of PCB last Sunday after the Islamabad High Court ordered the government to replace Zaka Ashraf.

Topics : Stuart Broad Cricket Zulqarnain Haider Mohammad Asif New Zealand Pakistan Nawaz Sharif Zaheer Abbas
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