“There is no prejudice against Khan in assigning the category,” Sethi told Daily Dunya.
“The experienced batsman is an asset for Pakistan Cricket. Pakistan Cricket Board doesn’t compelling him to get retired.”
A sharp reaction was emerged after the central contract was announced by PCB.
Showing his anger of the contract, Younis has not yet signed the contract. Instead he thought to play matches on match-to-match fee.
However, close friends have been advising the senior batsman to revisit his decision.
Sethi was of the view that recommendations of the committee had been followed in assigning contract, which must be followed by all.
According to the report, on the intervention of PCB chairman, the central contract category could still be changed.