Pakistan’s former Test cricketer Rashid Latif has resigned as Pakistan Disabled Cricket Association (PDCA)’s president.
Latif took to Twitter to announce his resignation from the post at a time when Pakistan Disabled Team is in England to play first-ever World Disabled Series.
I have decided to step down as the president of @PDCAOfficial with immediate effect. I live in Islamabad & can’t give due attention to the PDCA affairs therefore request Salim Karim to resume as President. @mak_asif @mirzaiqbal80 @DrNaumanNiaz @bhattimajid @TheRealPCB— Rashid Latif راشدلطیف 🇵🇰 राशिद लतीफ़ (@iRashidLatif) August 6, 2019
On the other hand, the vice president of PDCA Fawad Mustafa also decided to step down from his post and wished Pakistan team best of luck for the next matches.
I am also resigning as VP & Borad Member @PDCAOfficial with immediate effect.— Fawad Mustafa (@FawadMustasa) August 6, 2019
I would like to thank Rashid Bhai, Salim bhai & Meero Bhai for given me the opportunity to work with PDCA.
All the best Team Pakistan https://t.co/7UbmkwISZX