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Thursday, 25 May, 2000, 09:34 GMT 10:34 UK
Justice Qayyum's report
malik
Salim Malik was one of two players awarded a life ban
BBC News Online takes a closer look at the Pakistan judicial inquiry into match-fixing.

Salim Malik

Allegations

  • Match-fixing on the 1993-4 tour to New Zealand, 1994-5 tour to Sri Lanka and 1994-5 Mandela Trophy in South Africa.
  • Attempted match-fixing in the 1994 series against Australia.

    Findings

  • Insufficient evidence with regards to the 1994-5 NZ tour.
  • Allegation stands for the tour to Sri Lanka.
  • Found guilty of match-fixing against Australia.
  • In the absence of stronger evidence, "the commission cannot hold that the [Mandela] finals were fixed."

    Penalty

  • Life ban. Fined 12,000. Possible criminal charges.




    Ata-ur-Rehman

    Allegation

  • General match-fixing.

    Finding

  • Guilty.

    Penalty
    Life ban. Fined 1200.




    Mushtaq Ahmed

    Allegation

  • Received 66,500 jointly with Malik for match-fixing on the 1994-5 tour to Sri Lanka.

    Finding

  • No specific evidence of match-fixing, but "sufficient grounds to cast doubt".

    Penalty
    Fined 3,700. Further investigation.




    Wasim Akram

    Allegations

  • Paid Ata-ur-Rehman 1200 to bowl badly on the 1993-4 tour to New Zealand.
  • Withdrawal from the 1996 World Cup quarter-final.
  • Tampered with batting order in 1997 Sharjah tournament.
  • General allegations of match-fixing.

    Findings

  • Not guilty of paying Rehman.
  • "Wasim Akram cannot be said to have been feigning injury" at the World Cup.
  • Commission gave Wasim the "benefit of the doubt" with regards to the Sharjah tournament in 1997.
  • Described Wasim as "not above board".

    Penalty
    Player censured. Fined 3,700. Further probe into his assets.




    Waqar Younis

    Allegations

  • Receipt of a car in return for match-fixing.
  • Match-fixing on 1993-4 tour to New Zealand.
  • General allegation of match-fixing.

    Findings

  • No evidence that Waqar received a car.
  • "Insufficient evidence to find him guilty" on the other charges.

    Penalty
    Player censured. Fined 1,200. Further investigation.




    Saeed Anwar

    Allegation

  • Match-fixing on tour to Sri Lanka and South Africa.

    Finding

  • "Unable to find compelling evidence."

    Penalty
    Accused of witholding evidence. Fined 1,200.




    Inzamam-ul-Haq

    Allegation

  • Both Inzamam-ul-Haq and Akram Raza accused of match-fixing on the 1993-4 tour to New Zealand.

    Finding

  • "Not possible to find them guilty."

    Penalty
    Both players warned. Fined 1,200. Finances probed.

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