Inzamamul Haq recently shared his frustration with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) after stepping down from his role as the team’s chief selector. Haq’s resignation came shortly after media reports emerged suggesting that he had a financial interest in a management company connected to several top players. During an interview with Geo News, Haq emphasized that his departure was not linked to the team’s performance, but rather the PCB’s decision to launch an inquiry against him amid the allegations. He criticized PCB chief Zaka Ashraf’s leadership and accused him of trying to shift blame and evade responsibility. Haq also expressed disappointment at the lack of communication from the PCB regarding the progress of the inquiry. Additionally, he addressed the central contracts dispute and lamented the prevailing negativity within the PCB. The controversy surrounding Haq and the team’s selection process prompted the PCB to establish a fact-finding committee, but Haq’s resignation had already been tendered.