PCB suspends one of its coaches for sexual harassment charges

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has suspended one of its coaches of the domestic panel, Nadeem Iqbal, for sexual harassment charges against him. According to the details revealed by the board, the investigations are being carried on and the subject is under investigation by the police.

Nadeem was named Southern's region coach by the previous PCB management, however, he has not been part of teaching programmes for the last two years. As far as his playing career is concerned, he was a fast bowler but could never make it to the international circuit.

He used to play during the times of Waqar Younis and was considered even better than him by many. The player retired in 2004 with 258 wickets in 80 first-class matches and in 49 List A matches, he took 65 wickets.

Notably, Nadeem Khan, the media manager of the PCB has revealed the investigations are under process and made no further statement. There can be a permanent ban on Iqbal if the assaults are proven. 

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