Pakistan's chief cricket selector Iqbal Qasim stepped down at the end of his tenure on Thursday, denying any rift with the national team's captain and coach.
Pakistan ODI captain Misbah-ul Haq (right) sits with chief selector Iqbal Qasim (centre) and Twenty20 skipper Mohammad Hafeez as he speaks during a news conference in Lahore on July 3, 2013. Qasim has asked to step down at the end of his tenure, he said, denying any rift with the national team's captain and coach.
"I have told the top officials of the PCB (Pakistan Cricket Board) that I have completed my tenure so they should appoint a new panel for future selection," Qasim told AFP.
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