Salman Butt takes a swipe at hypocrites questioning tainted players’ return [DailyTimes] 08 Apr, 2020

LAHORE: Pakistan’s batsman Salman Butt, while speaking to a local TV channel, has taken a swipe at the critics who are questioning the return of tainted players to the national fold. The 35-year-old claimed that if a player had served his punishment, he should be treated like every other player. “As per the law that exists, players should be treated equally. Punishment implies that once you have served the time, you should be treated like any other player. I try not to get into this issue but I want to ask people who are talking about this whole episode. Where does their integrity go when they are in the mix and working with those people? Where does their integrity go when they endorse players who get selected because of their connections and take the spot from deserving players? Where is their integrity when Pakistan cricket suffers because of the inabilities of these players who come into the side?” Salman said.

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