The International Cricket Council (ICC) and the Pakistani Cricket Council (PCB) have teamed up to ensure that the next issue of Pakistan Super League (PSL) is free from all kinds of corruption.
Several sources have confirmed that the ICC Corruption Unit (ACU) will monitor the Players, Administration and Officials (PMO) free of charge. These reports will be sent to the international governing body.
ICC and PCB Join Hands togather a ‘Corruption Free’ PSL 2019
It is essential to mention that the ICC’s decision will be to share the report with PCB. If the governing body decides not to disclose the information, it will be within their rights.
PCB Assigns Seven Integrity Officers:-
In an attempt to eradicate any element of corruption in the last issue of the PSL, the board has assigned seven integrity officers.
Each officer will be awarded a franchise and the officer will keep a record of the activities inside and outside the field of that particular franchise. However, Lahore Qalandars will have two officers because the franchise has decided to stay at another hotel instead of others.
To further simplify everything, the PMO will be limited. Owners and franchises will not be able to enter that area. A special seat arrangement is maintained for those who are not too far from the dugout.
It was revealed that players, management and officials will be informed of the corruption corruption bill before the start of the event.
According to a local media:
Colonel (rtd.) Asif Mahmood will be in charge of PCB’s anti-corruption unit during PSL, who has been temporarily appointed for the role after Colonel (rtd.) Mohammad Azam Khan submitted his resignation.
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