He says he wants an apology for the 'blatant and malicious attack on him'
Former Pakistan Cricket Board chief Najam Sethi has sent another legal notice to his successor Ehsan Mani and the institution.
Sethi has demanded the PCB and its chief issue an apology for the “blatant and malicious attack on him”.
The former PCB chief had issued a legal notice to Mani and the cricket board in which he stated that his reputation was being tarnished by publishing “fabricated” details of his expenses during his tenure as the department’s head.
The PCB, in response to Sethi’s legal notice, stated that the details of the expenses were uploaded after an audit.
“The expenses incurred or payments received by members of the board are in the ordinary course disclosed as part of the transparency policy adopted and exercised by organizations of the stature and nature of the Pakistan Cricket Board,” the PCB had stated stated in its reply. “There is nothing extraordinary behind such a disclosure,” it added.
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“It is patently denied that any amount in the chart as disclosed is ‘incorrect’ or ‘exaggerated’ or ‘deliberately calculated’.”
Sethi spent Rs70 million on his personal expenses while he served as chairperson of the PCB and its executive committee, according to the board.
He had announced his resignation on August 20.