Fixing Accused Pakistani Cricket Players Arrive Home
Fixing accused Pakistani cricket players arrive home after getting permission to leave Britain by British police.
Test Captain Salman Butt, pacers Muhammad Asif and Muhammad Amir arrived at Lahore airport earlier this morning on a private airliner. Strict security measures were taken for their safety, as they were taken out of the airport building through the backdoors. Big crowd gathered at the moment hooted, some sang out in favor of the players.
ICC has partially suspended the three players for they are accused in match-fixing. Scotland Yard too questioned the three players for days in London and yesterday they were allowed to leave for home by the permission of British police. British police also clarified that the players would be called back to Britain if further required in the investigation.