LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has planned to hire two Integrity Officers watching over gamers during the third version of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) in a bid to stop corruption.
The PCB has floated a commercial informing of two new openings for the publish. The advert lists the eligibility necessities for two Integrity Officers who can be employed “on a temporary basis (maximum 60 days)” for normal vigilance and management.
The advert mentions that retired Army Personnel’s of the rank of Lieutenant Colonel will possibly be liked for the place. Those who’ve accomplished Intelligence Course would even be given desire.
The initiative comes in the aftermath of a spot-fixing scandal that hit the PSL last year, which saw cricketers Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif get suspended by the PCB for five years after the board’s anti-corruption tribunal found them guilty of playing a role in the corruption.
Fast bowler Mohammad Irfan and all-rounder Mohammad Nawaz were also suspended for twelve and two months, respectively, for not reporting the corrupt approach to the board in a timely manner.
The probe is ongoing against Karachi Kings batsman Shahzaib Hasan and former Pakistan opener Nasir Jamshed.
The probe is ongoing in opposition to Karachi Kings batsman Shahzaib Hasan and former Pakistan opener Nasir Jamshed.
The PSL third version begins from February 22 and can finish on March 25. The league will probably be held in UAE (Dubai/Sharjah) with two matches scheduled in Lahore and the ultimate set to be performed in Karachi.