Javed Miandad apologized for his statements on Imran Khan

Javed Miandad apologized for his statements on Imran Khan

Javed Miandad has spoken out against Pakistan’s current Prime Minister Imran Khan in a bid to vent his frustrations after losing the first Test against England. The former Pakistani star batsman pointed a finger at World Cup-winning captain Imran Khan for appointing foreigners to key positions on the board. However, Javed Miandad recently apologized for his statements on Imran Khan on his YouTube Channel.

“If I have hurt anyone, I apologize for my statement,” Miandad said in a Pakistani media interview. Especially to the Prime Minister (Imran Khan), because I was angry after the loss in the first Test against England. I have full respect for the Prime Minister of Pakistan and the fans of Pakistan cricket around the world.

On his YouTube channel, Javed Miandad’s anger after the Manchester Test loss was mainly hinted at by Wasim Khan, the chief executive of the Pakistan Cricket Board. Wasim Khan was born and raised in England, so in his eyes, it was not right to appoint a foreigner to an important position.

Miandad, 63, said: “None of the PCB board officials know the A, B, C of cricket. I will personally talk to Imran Khan about this sad situation. I will not leave anyone who is not right for the country.

‘Appointed a foreigner to an important position. What will he do if he escapes from the country due to corruption? Is there a shortage of people in our country that you have to bring people from abroad for PCB. ‘ Added the legendary batsman of Pakistan.

Mentioning that Imran Khan wants to act like God, Miandad, who has more than 16,000 international runs, added, “I was your captain, you are not my captain. I will come to politics and then talk to you. I have always led you but now you are behaving like God. ‘

‘It’s a lot like you’re the only intelligent person in Pakistan. As if no one else went to Oxford, Cambridge, or any other university. Think of people. You don’t think about the country. You came to my house and became the Prime Minister. I challenge you whether you can deny this. ‘