PCB confronts FIA over PSL spot-fixing scandal

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Pakistan Super League (PSL) chief Najam Sethi on Tuesday claimed that Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) only requested the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to authenticate the data recovered from the accused players’ mobile phones.

He said that PCB never asked FIA to conduct investigation against the players allegedly involved in spot fixing and undertook the responsibility after Federal Interior Minister Chaudhary Nisar took notice of the issue and directed FIA to investigate.

Sethi furthered the prevailing complexity of the situation by declaring the FIA inquiry as violated of laws devised by International Cricket Council (ICC) and blamed media for creating unnecessary fuss.

FIA, on the other hand, will investigate Sharjeel Khan and Shahzaib Hasan today, having questioned and recorded the formal statements of Mohammad Irfan and Khalid Latif on Monday.

Pakistan Super League (PSL) chief Najam Sethi on Tuesday claimed that Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) only requested the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to authenticate the data recovered from the accused players’ mobile phones.

He said that PCB never asked FIA to conduct investigation against the players allegedly involved in spot fixing and undertook the responsibility after Federal Interior Minister Chaudhary Nisar took notice of the issue and directed FIA to investigate.

Sethi furthered the prevailing complexity of the situation by declaring the FIA inquiry as violated of laws devised by International Cricket Council (ICC) and blamed media for creating unnecessary fuss.

FIA, on the other hand, will investigate Sharjeel Khan and Shahzaib Hasan today, having questioned and recorded the formal statements of Mohammad Irfan and Khalid Latif on Monday.

Pakistan Super League (PSL) chief Najam Sethi on Tuesday claimed that Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) only requested the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to authenticate the data recovered from the accused players’ mobile phones.

He said that PCB never asked FIA to conduct investigation against the players allegedly involved in spot fixing and undertook the responsibility after Federal Interior Minister Chaudhary Nisar took notice of the issue and directed FIA to investigate.

Sethi furthered the prevailing complexity of the situation by declaring the FIA inquiry as violated of laws devised by International Cricket Council (ICC) and blamed media for creating unnecessary fuss.

FIA, on the other hand, will investigate Sharjeel Khan and Shahzaib Hasan today, having questioned and recorded the formal statements of Mohammad Irfan and Khalid Latif on Monday.

 

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