ISLAMABAD: Corruption worth billions of rupees has been revealed in Pakistan Super League season 1 and 2.
PML-N leader and chairman Public Accounts Committee Rana Tanveer Hussain chaired a meeting of the Public Accounts Committee in which various issues of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and Super League were reviewed.
In the meeting of Public Accounts Committee, a special audit report of Pakistan Super League (PSL) 1 and 2 was presented in which financial irregularities of Rs 2.77 billion were revealed in PSL 1 and 2.
According to the audit report, franchises of 3 teams in PSL, Islamabad United, Peshawar Zalmi, and Quetta were auctioned at a low price, which resulted in a loss of 1.1 million dollars to the PCB annually.
At the meeting, PC Chairman Ehsan Mani also said that he is not personally interested in the audit report but he presides over it.