Umar Akmal, in his reply to the show cause notice issued by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), said that he had gone to Hyderabad for a meal and he did not violate any kind of disciplinary act.
He has refuted the allegation leveled against him.
PCB had served a show-cause notice on Umar Akmal for violating the board’s code of conduct. He was reportedly seen at a dance party in Hyderabad.
The cricketer had allegedly misbehaved with some women during the function, according to a ARY correspondent.
His latest violation of PCB’s code of conduct has cost Akmal his place in the T20 squad for England series in Dubai.
Earlier, he was charged by the police over violating a traffic signal in Lahore’s Firdous market area on February 1, 2016 and later brawled with a traffic warden.