Pak-Zimbabwe series: Anti-corruption manager appointed

Khan was already on deputation with the ICC.

News Desk May 22, 2015
Pakistan's younger crop of players have never experienced lifting effect of hometown audience or pitch. PHOTO: ICC

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has appointed Hassan Reza Khan, a BS-18 officer in the Police Service of Pakistan, the anti-corruption manager for the ongoing Pakistan-Zimbabwe cricket matches.

Khan was already on deputation with the ICC. An Establishment Division notification issued on Friday said Khan “shall remain at the disposal of the ICC, for performing duties as anti-corruption Manager, ICC from 19-05-2015 to 01-06-2015 for the forthcoming Zimbabwe series”.

Published in The Express Tribune, May 23rd, 2015. 


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