Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has taken a new initiative to probe into the matter which indicates that Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Najam Sethi has allegedly received gifts worth Rs16 million during his top position in the Cricket Board—Dunya News reported on Friday.
The FBR has reportedly compiled a list of over 200 people to be investigated under their framework of accountability, Sethi however, has declared gifts worth mentioned above.
Prior to this development by FBR the internal sources told correspondent that FBR would probe the entire list of people and if the gifts are turned out to be illegal FBR would take legal action against them.
Sethi became the PCB Chairman second time back in August this year after Sheheryar Khan, the former PCB Chairman resigned. Sethi was elected on a promise that he would restore the International Cricket in the country and promote Pakistani cricket around the world along with better performing team.