OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) reacted angrily to a claim by jailed fast bowler M Aamer that he was not provided information regarding anti-corruption. The PCB in a statement on Friday said: "In March 2010, Aamer signed the code of conduct for players when he was issued his central contract. The code of conduct clearly states that by signing the same, the player commits to abiding by all ICC rules regarding betting, match fixing, corruption and any matter that could call into question the integrity of the game." "Aamer acknowledged that he understood the code and his responsibilities under the same. He also committed that he would abide by these rules and any others formulated in this regard," the statement continued. Players are given the code in the central contracts in both in Urdu and English, said the PCB. "Furthermore, Aamer participated in a number of ICC tournaments including the Under-19 World Cup and two Twenty20 World Cups where he attended anti-corruption lectures," it added.