PCB committee likely to slap hefty fine on Mohammad AsifMarch 26th, 2009 - 3:01 pm ICT by ANI
Lahore, Mar.26 (ANI): Banned Pakistani fast bowler Mohammad Asif may be slapped with a hefty fine for not producing relevant immigration documents before a special committee looking into his Dubai detention case.
According to The Nation, Asif told a Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) committee that he was not facing any ban to enter Dubai, on which the committee asked for the relevant documents which he has not tabled before it as yet.
Asif was asked for the documents, as a visa is not considered a proper proof of clearance for entering the United Arab of Emirates (UAE). ]
The special committee is planning to slap a hefty fine on the drug abused bowler, if he does not produce the documents in the next two to three days, sources said.
Asif, 25, was held at Dubai airport June last year while returning home from in India, and charged with possessing a small amount of opium. (ANI)
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