The Pakistan Cricket Board has announced three-member tribunal for adjudicating the spot-fixing scandal in Pakistan Super League. Retired Justice Asghar Haider will chair the tribunal and other members are former PCB chairman Tauqir Zia and former team manager Wasim Bari.
If the players would accept their guilt the matter would have been referred to the Pakistan disciplinary panel.

In a press release, PCB told this tribunal is constituted when players informed the board to contest these fixing charges against them. Both Islamabad United players were charged for spot-fixing after the first match of Pakistan Super League. As the procedure goes now the tribunal will give a notice for a hearing to both Board as well as players. With them three more players Md. Irfan, Shahzeb Hasan and Nasir Jamshed also suspended.

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