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PCB contacts Bangladesh board following Pakistani's arrest over BPL spot-fixing suspicion

Islamabad, Tue, 28 Feb 2012 ANI

Islamabad, Feb 28 (ANI): The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has contacted its Bangladeshi counterparts following the arrest of a Pakistani citizen over suspicion of spot-fixing during the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL).


Sajid Khan was questioned by Mirpur police after the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) officials noticed 'his suspicious movements' during the tournament.


The PCB, which has issued NOCs to several Pakistani players for the event, was alarmed at the development.


"We've sought details from the BCB. Many Pakistanis are featuring in the event and we're concerned for them. We'll follow the matter closely until its conclusion," The Express Tribune quoted a PCB official, as saying.


Meanwhile, one player was called into a hearing by the BPL on Monday after Khan's arrest.


Reports suggest that the security officers found the bank account number of a Chittagong Kings' player and the e-mail address of another who is playing for the Dhaka Gladiators in Khan's mobile inbox.


The ongoing tournament had earlier come under suspicion when former Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza claimed that he was approached by a former cricketer to help in spot-fixing. (ANI)


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