Former Pakistan fast bowler Aqib Javed said I was in danger of losing his life during the match-fixing investigation.

“They told me they would kill me if I said anything during the inquiry,” Javed said. “The inquiry, headed by Justice Qayyum, did not reveal many things and he admitted it on television.”

The Lahore Qalandars coach added that the judiciary hearing the case had handed down harsh sentences to those involved in the case but they were given a chance after being fined. However, these individuals will not seek the services of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for more important positions.

Despite this, players like Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis and Mushtaq Ahmed were hired. The whole point is to complain about other players why they are not being appointed by the board.

Javed added that former Test captain Saleem Malik should have been given a second chance like other players.

Javed said the other players were encouraged when they saw Mohammad Amir welcome back to the team like a hero after the spot-fixing scandal.