LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chief Ehsan Mani on Wednesday received a complaint from a member of its board of governors (BoG) against a fellow member Numan Butt for purported misconduct.
In the complaint, the complainant accused Numan Butt of sharing confidential information with the media, criticising the cricket body and its management/policies and using inappropriate language against the PCB chairman
As per the constitution of the cricket governing body, the PCB chief has referred the complaint to an independent adjudicator retired Justice Fazal-e-Miran Chauhan.
However, as per Article 10(7) and pending the outcome of the proceedings, Numan Butt will not be able to sit in the BoG and committee meetings.
Article 10(7) reads as: “Any member, against whom a complaint is referred by the Chairman to the adjudicator, shall not be allowed to attend any meeting of the Board of Governors or any committee during the pendency of proceedings before the adjudicator.”