PCB returns 7 Million Rupees to Shoaib Akhtar
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has given back a measure of seven million rupees to Shoaib Akhtar which it had deducted from the previous quick bowler’s income as a feature of a fine forced on him years prior.
An authority of the board said that amid a meeting between Chairman of the official advisory group, Najam Sethi and Akhtar, the matter was genially determined.
Some other top authorities of the board were available in the meeting at the Gaddafi stadium.
“The matter is presently shut and Shoaib Akhtar returned content with the result,” he said.
A dependable source told PTI that Shoaib had been given back the full seven million rupees with no conclusions.
The PCB had in 2009 deducted the fine sum from Akhtar’s yearly profit after an investigative tribunal of the PCB fined him on disciplinary grounds.
The redrafting tribunal fined and banned Akhtar for year and a half for abusing his agreement and hitting partner Mohammad Asif with a bat before the World T20 in South Africa in 2007 and later on for censuring the Board and administration.
Be that as it may, after the quick bowler documented a request, the Lahore High Court (LHC) Justice Shams Mehmood Mirza in February this year put aside the seven million fine and the boycott.
Equity Mirza additionally guided the Board to give back the deducted fine sum.
The PCB deducted the whole sum from Akhtar’s yearly profit, which incorporated his focal contract installments, match charges and win rewards (from January 2009 to November 2009).