Former wicketkeeper-batsman Rashid Latif, in a tweet on Thursday, said that he would like to see a live TV debate between former chairmen and chief executives of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) in a bid to split open the barrage of past wrongdoings and corrupt practices.
According to Latif, only one man, former cricketer and PCB Chairman Majid Khan, would stand tall if a debate like that ever happens.
“Let’s have a live TV debate between all chairmen and chief executives from 1993 to 2020. Everything can be cleared out from the past. Only Majid Khan would stand tall in this case. Let me know if someone is willing to accept this challenge,” Latif tweeted.
The 51-year-old had revealed that Majid was the man behind the execution of the biggest inquiry into corruption. Latif also claimed that Khan was the only former national team player who openly stood up against the menace of fixing.
“If we talk about the biggest inquiry or the biggest commission, it was created by Majid Khan. He was the only one I saw who fought against corruption,” he said.