Web Desk (24 News) — Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board Shahryar Khan (PCB) on Saturday has vowed to contact government officials for law making against spot-fixing. He also shrugged off Imran Khan’s ‘phateechar‘ comment, saying that the former test cricketer can say what he wants, reports 24 News HD.
Talking to media in Lahore, Shahrayar Khan said that it is high time that legislation should start against spot-fixing. He said that he will contact Federal Minister for Sports regarding the matter.
Replying to a comment regarding Imran Khan’s comments on the foreign players in Pakistan Super League (PSL) final, the Chairman said that the former test cricketer has right to say what he wants. Commenting on the security situation in the country, Shahrayar said that organizing cricket in Pakistan is no more a problem adding that any team can come and play cricket in Pakistan.