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A participant in Pakistan’s home Twenty20 competitors has been approached by a suspected bookmaker in Rawalpindi, the nationwide cricket board mentioned on Thursday. The participant was unnamed, and the Pakistan Cricket Board mentioned in an announcement that its anti-corruption unit investigated and shared particulars with authorities authorities.

The strategy was reported by the participant to PCB anti-corruption and safety director Asif Mahmood.

“As we cannot jeopardize an ongoing investigation, it will be inappropriate for us to share any specifics of the approach,” Mahmood mentioned.

Pakistan’s main internationals akin to Babar Azam, Imad Wasim, and Mohammad Hafeez are enjoying within the National Twenty20 Cup.

The PCB has already recommended extreme sanctions in a draft paper to the federal government on laws to criminalize corruption in sports activities.

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