The PCB has instituted an inquiry into an occurrence involving an unclear fan entering the dressing room of one of a teams before a final of a Pakistan Super League (PSL) progressing this month.
As a final was being organized during Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium, an unclear fan managed to enter a sauce room of Peshawar Zalmi franchise.
The incident, that came to light by England batsman David Malan, has come as an annoyance for PCB officials who had betrothed parsimonious security.
PCB authority Shaharyar Khan told a media in Lahore that an exploration has been systematic into a incident.
“It is a matter of regard for us and it came to a believe few days behind about this chairman removing into the dressing rooms. We have systematic an exploration to find out how this happened and where a confidence relapse occurred,” Khan said.
According to Malan, a chairman managed to get into a sauce room before a final and went about seeking for selfies and autographs.
Malan pronounced he had brought a participation of a unapproved chairman to a notice of a confidence people delegated with a teams.
Around 12,000 policemen, paramilitary rangers and troops crew had been deployed for a final.