“Let’s forget about my position as coach for a minute. The real question is who is leaking information from these confidential reports? I’ve given a fair assessment but bits and pieces from my reports have been picked, moulded and leaked in the media to present me as some kind of villain,” Waqar said.
“There is more politics in Pakistan cricket than the parliament. We are all fed up of these inquiry committees. What are they achieving? We need to open our eyes and not look at opportunities to shift the blame.”
Waqar said, “Part of his leaked report was “twisted.””
“I presented an honest assessment in my report but I feel some individuals did not appreciate that. Hence my report has been twisted and leaked in the media. And that is why I came to meet the PCB chief today. Unfortunately, despite being present in his office and only three doors down from me, I was only given time over the phone.”
“Have I suddenly become their enemy? Aren’t we all part of the same team? I have been left deeply hurt by their actions,” Waqar said.