PCB serves legal notices to Amir Sohail, two others over fixing allegations
LAHORE: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has served legal notices to former cricketer Amir Sohail, former Chairman PCB Khalid Mahmood and Pakistan Muslim League – Quaid (PML-Q) Senator Kamil Ali Agha for leveling fixing allegations against the cricket board, ARY Sports reports.
According to sources, PCB has demanded Amir Sohail, Khalid Mahmood and Kamil Ali Agha to pay Rs. 100 million damages each for leveling allegation against the PCB.
The cricketing board has also demanded the three persons to respond to the legal notice within two weeks and provide evidences, if any, to back their claims otherwise legal action will be taken against them.