Pakistan team allowed to leave for London

Sunday, March 25, 2007

KINGSTON, JAMAICA, (Report:Abdul Majid Bhatti): Pakistan cricket captain Inzamam-ul-Haq and caretaker coach Mushtaq Ahmed were requestioned on Saturday as part of the investigation into the death of coach Bob Woolmer. But Inzamam insisted that the questioning was routine and that he and Mushtaq had been told by police that they were free to leave for home as planned later Saturday. "It was nothing, just routine investigation, nothing special," Pakistan team media manager PJ Mir told this Geo News correspondent, while team manager Talat Ali said Inzamam and Mushtaq will go home along with other team members. "There have been so many rumours but we are going home tonight and everything is clear. The police said we are free to go home."Team spokesman PJ Mir denied that either Inzamam or Mushtaq were involved, as Inzamam confirmed the team packed their bags for their Saturday evening flight home via London.Jamaican police asked Mushtaq about his injured nose, of which he replied he got injured during a practice session and went to hospital as well.

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