PCB sets up anti corruption tribunal for PSL Spot fixing investigations

PCB sets up anti corruption tribunal for PSL Spot fixing investigations
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Three members of an anti-corruption tribunal set up by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) submitted their respective consents on Friday, March 17, said a statement issued on Monday.

The tribunal has been tasked with adjudicating allegations of spot-fixing in the second edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), which concluded earlier this month.

According to the statement, the members of the tribunal were sent appointment notifications last week after two accused players, Khalid Latif and Sharjeel Khan, formally informed the PCB that they would contest the charges framed against them.

The tribunal will comprise retired Justice Asghar Haider, who will chair the tribunal, and retired Lt Gen Tauqir Zia as well as former test player and team manager Wasim Bari as members.

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