“False And Baseless Allegations” Pakistan Assistant Coach Azhar Mahmood Takes The Legal Route

Pakistan’s assistant coach Azhar Mahmood takes legal route after several “baseless and false” allegations that are being made, targeting him and his family.

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The Pakistan cricket team has prematurely fallen out of the run for ICC T20 World Cup 2024 after their below par performance in the group stage of Group A, losing matches against the USA and India, defeating Canada and Ireland.

What are the allegations that are being made on Azhar

Pakistan’s assistant coach has claimed to take legal action against the false and baseless claims that are being made on him and his family. Several online sources and users claimed that the Pakistan assistant coach took his family to the USA with team Pakistan, putting all their expenses on the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).

The Pakistan team and management have been under scrutiny this month after the national squad failed to advance to the second round of the ICC T20 World Cup 2024. The criticism has concentrated around the team’s performance as well as the fact that the families of players and coaching staff flew to the United States at the PCB’s expense

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How Azhar Mahmood responded

Pakistan’s Asst. Coach Azhar Mahmood took to his X account to refute all the claims being made against him and his family, and has admitted that he’s going the legal way.

“I have heard some false allegations and narratives circulating on social media and other media platforms. I categorically state that these allegations are entirely baseless and false, and it is extremely upsetting to hear them,” Mahmood wrote on X.

“This culture of falsely accusing and misleading people to believe a false narrative is now getting ridiculous and dangerous. Speaking without evidence and misconstruing facts is a criminal offence, and those engaging in such behaviour will be dealt with through legal action,” he wrote.

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“Pursuing an increase in followers and media attention by spreading falsehoods is downright unacceptable. I will be pursuing legal advice against those responsible for making these false allegations towards me and my family, and strict action will be taken accordingly. We will not be discussing this matter further on social media. I urge everyone to avoid engaging with or entertaining these harmful narratives as it is essential to put an end to such behaviour in our media culture,” he concluded.

Earlier, even Babar Azam had warned to take legal action against online sources that spread misinformation about the Pakistan captain.

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Pakistan's assistant coach Azhar Mahmood takes legal route after several “baseless and false” allegations that are being made, targeting him and his family.

The Pakistan cricket team has prematurely fallen out of the run for ICC T20 World Cup 2024 after their below par performance in the group stage of Group A, losing matches against the USA and India, defeating Canada and Ireland.

What are the allegations that are being made on Azhar

Pakistan's assistant coach has claimed to take legal action against the false and baseless claims that are being made on him and his family. Several online sources and users claimed that the Pakistan assistant coach took his family to the USA with team Pakistan, putting all their expenses on the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).

The Pakistan team and management have been under scrutiny this month after the national squad failed to advance to the second round of the ICC T20 World Cup 2024. The criticism has concentrated around the team's performance as well as the fact that the families of players and coaching staff flew to the United States at the PCB's expense

How Azhar Mahmood responded

Pakistan's Asst. Coach Azhar Mahmood took to his X account to refute all the claims being made against him and his family, and has admitted that he's going the legal way.

"I have heard some false allegations and narratives circulating on social media and other media platforms. I categorically state that these allegations are entirely baseless and false, and it is extremely upsetting to hear them," Mahmood wrote on X.

"This culture of falsely accusing and misleading people to believe a false narrative is now getting ridiculous and dangerous. Speaking without evidence and misconstruing facts is a criminal offence, and those engaging in such behaviour will be dealt with through legal action," he wrote.

"Pursuing an increase in followers and media attention by spreading falsehoods is downright unacceptable. I will be pursuing legal advice against those responsible for making these false allegations towards me and my family, and strict action will be taken accordingly. We will not be discussing this matter further on social media. I urge everyone to avoid engaging with or entertaining these harmful narratives as it is essential to put an end to such behaviour in our media culture," he concluded.

Earlier, even Babar Azam had warned to take legal action against online sources that spread misinformation about the Pakistan captain.

Stay updated with all the cricketing action, follow Cricadium on WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Telegram and Instagram