Former national cricket team captain announces entry into politics
(Monitoring Desk) Former captain of national Test cricket team and former wicket keeper Rashid Latif has announced to enter politics.
Former wicketkeeper of the national cricket team Rashid Latif, while announcing his entry into politics in an interview, said that he is watching the situation in the country closely and is able to work now, so it is possible that in the next 2 to 3 years. Let me step into politics in practice.
In response to a question, he said that he has no intention of forming his own political party but everyone is aware of my political views and affiliation.
The former Test wicketkeeper, when asked about his affiliation with the PCB, said that he would definitely take a decision after making a good offer in this regard.
The former cricketer represented Pakistan in 37 Tests and 166 One-Day Internationals for Pakistan from 1992 to 2005, most recently as the Director of Cricket in the Kashmir Premier League.