Azeem Rafiq has questioned what punishments – if any – have been given to former Yorkshire gamers and a coach discovered to have used racist language.
An investigation into Rafiq’s accusations of racism discovered three incidents of racist language had been utilized by ex-Yorkshire gamers and stated an ex-coach recurrently used racist language.
A abstract of the report, launched final month, didn’t identify these concerned.
“What punishments have been imposed on these people?” Rafiq stated.
“If none, what disciplinary steps have been taken?
“Is it not the membership’s responsibility to call them? What message does this ship to youthful gamers at Yorkshire and elsewhere if gamers face no consequence for his or her conduct?”
Final 12 months, Rafiq, 30, claimed “institutional racism” on the membership left him near taking his personal life.
The report by an impartial panel discovered the county’s former spinner was a “sufferer of racial harassment and bullying”. Seven of his 43 allegations had been upheld.
Yorkshire printed its personal abstract of the report and the suggestions however stated the report can’t be launched in full for authorized causes.
In a first detailed response, a spokesperson for Rafiq reiterated his requires it to be printed in its entirety.
The assertion stated Rafiq questioned the validity of the investigation, had “many considerations” about Yorkshire’s abstract and raised a collection of particular questions for his former membership concerning the findings.
“The abstract was offered, in impact, by the defendant – Yorkshire,” the assertion stated.
“Azeem has not been allowed to see the report, remark or reply.
“Even with all of these points, Yorkshire was compelled to confess racism and bullying. How unhealthy is the complete report for Yorkshire?”
Yorkshire are understood to have a court docket order to launch the complete report back to Rafiq and his authorized group by Friday.
Yorkshire have been contacted for remark.