Lahore:

After being badly beaten in the World Cup 2023 recently, the phase of Pakistan cricket upheaval is still going on. And under the latest developments, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has taken a big decision and included former captain Salman Butt in the national selection committee. And now it will be a matter of seeing what the ICC takes cognizance of this incident. Now the history of Salman Butt is in front of everyone, how he has faced a five-year ban due to involvement in spot-fixing.

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The 39-year-old, who is currently active in YouTube and the media, returned to cricket in 2016 after serving a five-year ban for spot-fixing.

Butt was banned for five years for his role in spot-fixing during a Test match between Pakistan and England in August 2010. He returned to cricket in 2016 and was quite successful in domestic events, but could not regain a place in the national team. However, the PCB's decision is very shocking that how can it include a player punished in spot-fixing in the national selection committee.

What will the ICC decide?
Now the question is whether the ICC will take cognizance of it after this shocking decision of the PCB. However, fans around the world have taken cognizance of it. And crazy fans are discussing how this can happen? What message is this PCB trying to convey, etc. First. In the next few days, the picture will definitely be clear what the ICC thinks about this decision.