LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has dismissed the claim by Mohammed Amir that he was not provided information regarding anti-corruption, Geo News reported.
According to the PCB, Amir had signed a central contract on March 2010 which contained articles pertaining to anti-corruption.
An Urdu version of the anti-corruption code was also provided to players. Amir was also lectured on anti-corruption during the under-19 world cup.
Following his sentencing Mohammed Amir while speaking to Geo News had said that he was not provided information pertaining to anti-corruption by the PCB.