Former Pakistan captain Intikhab Alam has urged the Pakistan Cricket Board to conduct an inquiry into the incident in which Pakistan cricket team was accused of breaking the 'night curfew' before the India encounter as some videos of the team partying in a restaurant went viral on social media.
Intikhab Alam, who had served as Pakistan cricket team manager, believes that senior players were sitting out prior to the big match is not justifiable and said that there must be a discipline to be followed strictly.
"Though the PCB has claimed that the event happened two days before the crucial match against India, even then no one could justify the late stay of the players in a cafe as there are certain timings to be observed. The players could have their dinner at any hotel maximum by 11 pm, not beyond that. The PCB should hold an inquiry to penalise the players involved," he said.