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Pakistan Govt, investigate Cricketers Report

Pakistan Spot fixingISLAMABAD: The Pakistan government will investigate the assets of accomplished and present cricketers afterwards the International Cricket Council answerable and abeyant three Pakistan players over allegations of bout fixing.

Local Urdu accent circadian Jang appear on Monday that the Federal Bureau of Revenue has instructed all its bounded admiral to aggregate data of coffer accounts, assets and even the amount of cars in the control of players who accept represented Pakistan over the endure 5 years.

An FBR official, Israr Rauf, was quoted by the cardboard as adage the Pakistan Cricket Board will aswell be asked to abide its costs for the players, selectors, coaches and managers.

The ICC endure anniversary answerable and abeyant Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir over allegations of bout fixing, aboriginal aloft in the News of the World newspaper. They were accused of conspiring with bookmakers to advisedly basin no-balls during the fourth analysis adjoin England at Lords. The three accept aswell been questioned by British police.

The News of the World aswell claimed Sunday that a fourth Pakistan amateur is getting advised by the ICC, but that he cannot be called for acknowledged reasons. The ICC has banned to animadversion on the report.

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