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Resolution presented in National Assembly over Pakistan team's poor performance

The resolution also demands accountability from the management and coaching staff for the recent defeats at the hands of a second-string England side

Resolution presented in National Assembly over Pakistan team's poor performance PHOTO: Reuters

A resolution has been presented in the National Assembly to investigate the reasons behind the recent poor performances of the Pakistan National Men’s team. 

Member National Assembly Iqbal Mohammad Ali Khan holds the opinion that Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) Patron-in-Chief Prime Minister Imran Khan needs to implement actions to change the ‘like and dislike’ culture prevalent in the board. 

The resolution also demands accountability from the management and coaching staff for the recent defeats at the hands of a second-string England side in the One-Day International (ODI) format. 

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A demand was also made for the removal of head coach Misbahul Haq, bowling coach Waqar Younis and chief selector Mohammad Wasim from their respective positions. 

A request was also made to investigate the circumstances which led to batting coach Younis Khan’s departure from his role in the national side.