Going a footfall added afterwards claiming that her above admirer Mohammad Asif has links with bookies, actress- archetypal Veena Malik on Wednesday said Pakistan Candid Board all forth knew about this and all civic cricketers and admiral are "involved in match-fixing from arch to toe".
Malik said she will accommodated on Thursday ICC's anti-corruption assemblage official Reza Hasan who accustomed in the country on Wednesday apropos her revelations that Asif has links with Indian bookies.
"A chief badge administrator alleged me on buzz today and told me that an ICC anti-corruption assemblage official will accommodated me tomorrow to ascertain the accuracy of the revelations I fabricated about Asif and his links with Indian bookies," Malik said.
"Pakistan Candid Board had affirmation of this but no activity was taken adjoin Asif. From arch to toe, Pakistani players and admiral are complex in match-fixing," Malik claimed.
She accepted that Asif was complex in bout acclimation and his links with bookies had appear to ablaze back she travelled with him to Bangkok afore Pakistan's bout of Australia.
"Asif told me he was offered $40,000 by an Indian bookie to underperform in Australia but he had accepted 200,000 dollars," she said.Malik said Asif's links with bookies was the acumen abaft she bankrupt off with him.
"I did not appetite him to allow in such activities," she said.
She added claimed that Asif was not accompany with Salman Butt and Mohammad Aamer, the two added cricketers at the centermost of 'spot-fixing' aspersion that has rocked apple cricket.
"Perhaps the accepted account (of match-fixing) has brought them closer," she said.A PCB official, who did not appetite to be named, said Malik was "heartbroken" afterwards her breach with Asif and had been targeting the cricketer back he banned to ally her.
"In the ablaze of this, her allegations should not be taken seriously," the official said.During a contempo actualization on a TV account channel, Malik had claimed that Asif had told her the Pakistani aggregation would not win a distinct bout on its Australian tour.