Mohammad Asif has pleaded “Not Guilty” before a Pakistan Cricket Board for his 19-day trial in Dubai airport from June 1 to 19 for alleged possession of an illegal substance. Mohammad Asif returned to Pakistan after Dubai’s public prosecutor dropped the case against him.
The committee is likely to submit its findings to the board on Monday, after which Nasim Ashraf, the PCB chairman, is set to announce whether any action has to be taken against Asif.
Asif is currently under suspension for being tested positive for a banned substance during random dope test at the Indian Premier League (IPL), where he played for Delhi Daredevils. He is due to appear before IPL committee to face charges and is likely to face some punishment from his home board later on.
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