Imran Nazir get green signal from ICC

September 24, 2009 07:17 PM

International Cricket Council has allowed the participation of the Pakistan opening batsman in the Champions Trophy.

There were some issues with Imran Nazir prior to the Pakistan’s opening encounter against the West-Indies. Sources say that Nazir has used a banned substance to cure his breathing problems.

Senior official from the Pakistan Cricket board has confirmed that the medication used by Nazir to overcome his chronic asthmatic problem finds a place in ICC's anti-doping list.

It is to be noted that Nazir faced the same issue before the champion’s trophy in 2006. PCB has however announced that they have explained the matter to ICC about the medication being used by Nazir.

"The matter is now cleared because we had already informed the ICC medical commission about the medication being used by Nazir three years back when we faced the same problem before the 2006 Champions Trophy," the PCB official said.

PCB also said that ICC was reserved with the matter initially and showed the green signal when PCB came with an explanation.

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