Australian news outlet removes report after PCB’s criticism over allegations against Babar

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admin 18 January, 2023
Updated 2023/01/18 at 11:20 AM
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Pakistans Captain Babar Azam
Pakistans Captain Babar Azam

PCB says being its partner Fox News should have refrained from highlighting “unsubstantiated allegations” against Babar Azam

Australian news outlet Fox Cricket has removed the file and tweet containing “unsubstantiated personal allegations” in opposition to skipper Babar Azam following Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) criticism.

The national cricket governing frame slammed the ebook for posting a tweet alleging Babar “sexted a teammate’s female friend”, announcing Fox News being PCB’s accomplice need to have refrained from highlighting the allegations.

“As our media accomplice, you might have considered ignoring such unsubstantiated non-public allegations which Babar Azam has now not deemed worthy of a response,” the board tweeted.

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The international information outlet deleted the report after PCB’s criticism of allegations in opposition to Babar.

Following PCB’s reaction, the Australian guide eliminated its tweet first even as it also took down the report later that read:

“Babar Azam sexting with the female friend of any other Pakistan cricketer and promising her that her bf [boyfriend] may not be out of the team if she continues sexting with him is simply”.

Meanwhile, the Pakistan skipper has remained tight-lipped on the accusations.

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Fox Cricket’s report stated “the account, that is a parody page, then removed the unique tweet commercial and explicitly apologised to Babar”.

It have to be stated right here that a female made extreme accusations against the batter in November 2020 as well and asked the filing of a prosecution against him on suspicions of fraud and sexual harassment.

Following that, a Lahore session court docket informed the police to report a grievance against Babar. The Lahore High Court did, but, suspend the order of the session court docket in 2021.

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