KARACHI: Pakistan’s former T20 skipper Shahid Afridi has chosen to make legal move against the fabulous batsman Javed Miandad, who made match settling allegations against the 36-year-old on Sunday.
Afridi, who spoke to the Men in Green in 398 ODIs, 98 T20Is and 27 Tests has chosen to send a lawful notice to Miandad on Thursday.
The trading of remarks and affirmations started when the veteran all-rounder made comments about Miandad amid a book dispatch occasion on Sunday, in which he guaranteed that cash has dependably been an issue with the 59-year-old, which isolated him from World Cup winning commander Imran Khan.
Miandad, who was the part of the 1992 World Cup winning eleven, and played vital innings in the semi-last and the last, then blamed Afridi for match settling. “I challenge Afridi to swear upon his little girl and say that he didn’t offer Pakistan’s matches,” said Miandad.
As indicated by solid sources, Afridi and his legal counselors are experiencing video cuts and will send the notice after the end of open occasion this week. “Afridi and his legal advisor are watching clasps of Miandad and his charge completely, and will send the required legitimate notice on October 13 as the workplaces stay close on ninth and tenth of Muharram.”
Prior, Miandad responded to Afridi’s remarks in regards to his association with Imran by saying, “Afridi is no more sought after, which is the reason he is making such comments. To the extent the distinction amongst me and Imran Khan is concerned, fans know more about it and they are the better judges.”