LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) draft law for eradication of corruption in cricket has been sent to the government for approval.
The draft proposes a fine of up to Rs1 million and imprisonment for up to 10 years for whoever is found guilty of cricket corruption .
Once the law is passed by the parliament, criminal cases will be filed against players as well as bookies.
The 77-page document also cites past investigations into match-fixing and spot-fixing allegedly
Apart from players, umpires, match referees and ground staff who are involved in corruption will also be given severe punishments.