Khalid Latif submits answering brief to spot-fixing tribunal
LAHORE: Cricketer Khalid Latif, one of the accused spot-fixer of the Pakistan Super League, submitted his answering brief to the Pakistan Cricket Board's Anti-Corruption Tribunal, here on Friday.
The tribunal, headed by Justice (R) Asghar Haider (chairman) and Lt-Gen (R) Tauqir Zia (Wasim Bari as its members) held its preliminary hearing.
Khalid Latif, along with Badar Alam, advocate, Taffazul Rizvi and Haider Ali Khan advocates for the PCB, Salman Naseer, GM Legal Affairs PCB and Col (R) Mohammad Azam Khan, head of PCB's Vigilance and Security Department were also in attendance, said a spokesman for PCB.
"Khalid Latif, through his counsel Badar Alam, filed his answering brief to the PCB's opening brief and copies of the same were provided to the PCB. Under the code, the PCB may, if it so desires, file a Reply Brief to Khalid Latif's Answering Brief by May 10," he said.
At the hearing, Khalid Latif's counsel, Badar Alam requested that better copies of certain pages of PCB's Opening Brief be provided. Upon directions of the Tribunal, the same were provided by the PCB. (APP)