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Retaliation by PCB to Jamaican Police

Written by Commoner on June 7th, 2007   (449 views)

Under the influence of Indian media’s propaganda and the irresponsible coverage by British tabloid media, Jamaican Police sensationalized the death of Pakistani coach Bob Woolmer for many weeks, before it was told to public finally that the death was due to natural causes. What a shame, and what a spectacular piece of in competency.

Pakistani players of world cup squad are constantly pressurizing their board to take necessary firm actions against the investigation committee of Jamaican police. According to the Pakistani players, due to the irresponsible so called investigation by Jamaican policy, their credibility and goodwill has been damaged severely.

According to a Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) official, the matter of taking legal actions against the Jamaican police and Indian pathologist is under consideration. The Indian pathologist reported after the death of Bob Woolmer that he was strangled.

Some senior players are bent on convincing PCB in strong words that in order to restore their self-respect, PCB should take some action in this regard. According to a senior player, just after the death of their coach, they were treated like a seasoned criminal, and were remained under a huge strain. They also faced lots of suspicious questions and gestures. Lots of stories were also published in the media, which were entirely the figments of imaginations.

Seniors players including Afridi, Inzamam, Yousaf and Younis have accused Jamaican police that it treated them like a criminal and their conduct was very harsh and disrespectful. PCB should not only ask Jamaican police for clarifications, but also sue them in the court.

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