Inzamam-ul-Haq has reportedly resigned from his role as the chief selector of the Pakistan men's cricket team amid reports of a potential conflict of interest. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has also "set up a five-member fact-finding committee to investigate allegations in respect of conflict of interest reported in the media pertaining to the team selection process.

As per a report by Cricket Pakistan, Inzamam owns shares in Yazo International Limited, a company that is owned by a popular player agent Talha Rehmani who manages some

high-profile Pakistan cricketers like Babar Azam, Shaheen Shah Afridi and Mohammad Rizwan among others. The star wicketkeeper-batter Rizwan is the co-owner of Yazo International Limited.

Meanwhile, the Pakistan cricket team is experiencing a horrid World Cup campaign as nothing seems to be going its way at the moment. Led by Babar Azam, Pakistan have suffered four consecutive losses that have jolted their campaign badly. However, they had got off to a positive start after winning their first two matches but it has gone haywire ever since.
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