The Pakistan Cricket Board issued charge sheet to batsmen Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif and gave them 14 days to submit their response after the players denied charges relating to corruption.

PCB director media Amjad Hussain told media that the charge-sheets were handed over to both the players after recording their statements separately and now they have to submit their replies within 14 days.

PCB had sent Khan and Latif back home following their alleged involvement in spot fixing during PSL.

If both payers confess to all the charges levelled against them then the PCB will form a disciplinary committee to decide about the punishment.

But if the players deny these charges then a trial court would be set up by the PCB’s anti-corruption unit under chair of a former judge and with representation of one former player to investigate the matter.

Both the cricketers had recorded their audio statements at the PCB headquarters

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