In another turn to the progressing adventure of suits in Pakistan cricket, the Islamabad High Court has forced fines on four applicants for misleading the court and covering truths. The four solicitors Nadeem Sudal, Aamir Nawab (a previous PCB administering board part from the Abbottabad Cricket Association), Mohammad Rafiq and Ameer Haider had approached the IHC against the new constitution of the Pakistan cricket board.

The IHC judge, Athar Minallah rejected the writ appeal against the new constitution. He likewise fined the four applicants Rs 1 million each for misleading the court and hiding realities setting another point of reference in Pakistan cricket.

Since a year ago, various cases have been documented in the IHC and different courts including the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) or Pakistan cricket issues prompting vulnerability and perplexity in Pakistan cricket.

Justice Athar Minallah in his decision watched, “The four candidates’ complaint on the constitution was rejected as they attempted to delude the court by hiding truths.”

The court noted that none of the four applicants, who had addressed the recently executed constitution, were bothered gatherings and every one of them were given substantial financial assents which will be paid to the PCB specifically.

It was a request recorded by Nadeem a year ago in the IHC that had prompted the court announcing the decision of Zaka Ashraf as null and void and which prompted the administration delegating Najam Sethi as caretaker Chairman of the board.

After Zaka offered against the choice, it prompted an authority emergency in Pakistan cricket board as Ashraf and Sethi changed seats not once yet thrice. Nadeem is a former official of the Army Cricket Club in Rawalpindi and had prior recorded different petitions against the Board.

In July not long from now, the Supreme Court had requested the PCB to actualize the new constitution under which the board of governors would choose another chairman. The choice brought an end to a time of turmoil that had stretched out for a year influencing the game in the nation.