Lahore, Feb. 7 (ANI): Pakistani fast bowler Mohammad Asif has handed over the important documents regarding his Dubai case to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).
Asif, who was arrested on Dubai Airport over the drug possession charges in June 2008, is facing a PCB inquiry.
Asif, accompanied with his lawyer, appeared before the three-member committee on Friday, The News reported.
The committee included, PCB director HR Wasim Bari, director media Asif Sohail and medical officer Sohail Saleem.
Asif handed over the important documents regarding the case to the PCB committee.
Sources said, when committee asked Asif whether he was deported from the United Arab Emirates, he told them he had a fresh valid visa for Dubai.
The committee may reach a verdict within a week after probing the necessary documents. (ANI)