"Where are cricket administrators who enjoy all sorts of perks?" asked Latif, of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief Naseem Ashraf who resigned after Pakistan team's upset defeat against Ireland.
Pakistan were not only dumped out of the World Cup following two defeats but their coach Bob Woolmer also died in suspicious circumstances after being found unconscious in team's hotel in Jamaica on Sunday.
Players were interrogated by Jamaican police on Thursday, something Latif described as the "worst ever" situation a cricketer can experience.
"No one is trying to let the players get away with all this. Officials have enjoyed perks but they are now hiding and no one has tried to console the team. They have left the players in the worst-ever trauma of their lives," said Latif.
"The former chairman is not picking up his phone and another top official is in England which shows their lack of responsibility and respect for Pakistan cricket."
Latif said someone must come forward and take the blame for the Caribbean shambles.
"Millions of cricket fans want to know what went wrong and why our players have been left to suffer miles away from home. The team needs support but no one is there to lend it and I think this is the worst possible scenario.
"I tried to talk to one or two players but they were speechless. They are in a shock and don't know when they will come back home and what fate lies for them in store in the near future."
Latif believes Pakistan has enough talent to fight back in the next six months.
"We have won two Under-19 World Cups in the last four years so that is ample proof that we have quality young players," said Latif.