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Future biography of Wasim Akram is expected to include some “startling revelations”

The planned book of legendary Pakistani cricketer Wasim Akram will focus on “startling revelations” on the Malik Qayyum Commission report, match-fixing, and famous cricketers.

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The “Sultan of Swing” said this week to a Pakistani publication that the book “Sultan Wasim Akram” would be published in the coming weeks. He explained, “The author of his biography is a famous English writer”.

The book will be translated into numerous languages

The book will be translated into numerous languages, including Urdu, according to Akram. Akram will include recollections from both his personal and professional lives in his book. In his biography, he will also talk about Imran Khan and the 1992 World Cup.

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Wasim Akram promised to share some hitherto unheard tales

In his next book, Akram promised to share some hitherto unheard tales from his cricketing career.

In order to look into claims of match-fixing in the 1990s, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) established an inquiry commission led by Justice Qayyum of the Lahore High Court. Salim Malik and Ata-ur-Rehman were among the cricketers accused of match-fixing in the 2000 report.

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According to the committee report, Akram is: “The evidence against Wasim Akram has not come up to the requisite level, primarily because of Ata-ur-Rehman’s perjuring himself. This Commission is willing to give him the benefit of doubt. However, there has been some evidence to cast doubt on his integrity.

“As such, this Commission recommends that he be removed from the captaincy of the Pakistan Cricket Team and a person of impeccable character be appointed. Moreover, he should be censured, kept under watch, and his finances should be investigated.” Additionally, Akram was fined Rs 300,000 by the commission.

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Raunak Aggarwal
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