PCB to provide LHC record of Shoaib Akhtar's bad behavior

Nov 30, -0001
LAHORE: The Lahore High Court (LHC) has asked the Pakistan
Cricket Board (PCB) to submit records of Shoaib Akhtar's bad behavior as it
considers the fast bowler's appeal against his ban for breaching the code of
conduct.
33-year-old Akhtar has filed an appeal against an 18-month ban and a fine
of seven million rupees ($88,300) for criticizing the PCB.
Tafazzul Rizvi, the PCB's legal adviser, told The Associated Press that
they have a DVD of the interview that Akhtar gave on an Indian television
channel "in which he criticized the PCB." He goes on to say Tuesday that
Akhtar "had assured the court about his good behavior but he violated the
code of conduct in his recent television interview."
The court wants the transcript of Akhtar's interview and Rizvi says the
PCB would submit the text in court within a week.

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