Abdul Razzaq was willing to work in the media; that's why he resigned
Former all-rounder Abdul Razzaq has parted ways with Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). According to sources, the former Test cricketer has resigned from the coaching staff of PCB.
Abdul Razzaq was part of the PCB coaching staff for two and a half years. The former all-rounder coached Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for one year. In the last season, Abdul Razzaq was appointed as the head coach of Central Punjab, but Abdul Razzaq was under criticism.
Several objections were raised against Abdul Razzaq on the Pakistan Junior League selection issue. After performing his duties with the Hyderabad team in the Pakistan Junior League (PJL), Abdul Razzaq did not join the Central Punjab team.
Abdul Razzaq was the head coach of the Pakistan Junior League team Hyderabad. Razzaq was also appointed as interim bowling coach for the series against New Zealand after Misbah-ul-Haq, and Waqar Younis resigned as coaches.
PCB sources confirmed the resignation of Abdul Razzaq and clarified that Razzaq resigned due to engagements with various private channels. According to the PCB media policy, no board employee can work in the media.
Abdul Razzaq was willing to work in the media, so he resigned. Abdul Razzaq represented Pakistan in 46 Tests, 265 One Day Internationals, and 32 T20 Internationals.