LAHORE: Pakistan Cricket Board has reportedly refused to give record of mobile phones of those players suspended for their alleged involved in spot fixing during Pakistan Super League (PSL) to Federal Investigation Agency (FIA).
Credible sources said that a high level meeting of PCB had decided not to share any information with Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) till completion of probe into the scandal by PCB’s Anti-corruption Unit.
It is to be mentioned here that on the directives of Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, FIA had launched probe into the scandal and summoned the suspended Sharjeel Khan, Khalid Latif, Muhammad Irfan and Nasir Jamshed on March 20 and 21 for recording statement.
The agency had also sought access to mobile phone data of the suspended players.
Sources said that on Saturday a high-level meeting of PCB was held, which decided that till completion of ACU probe into the scandal no information would be shared with FIA or other institutions. The broad refused to share the mobile data of the suspended players with FIA for now, they added.