LAHORE – Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has set to impose stiff penalties on discarded wicketkeeper-batsman Zulqarnain Haider after his failure to provide corruption proof against the national team keeper Kamran Akmal and others, it has been learnt. Haider was asked by the board to furnish evidence to substantiate the allegations he made recently on his social website account against Akmal and other players, but a source informed that the cricketer has failed to respond to the notice by the deadline August 30. “The notice was sent to him under the anti-corruption code followed by us. The board will now take the next logical and legal step in this matter, which could include penalties under the code,” the source said. The source also said the PCB was now planning to impose stiff penalties on Haider under the anti-corruption code, which could include a ban on his playing domestic cricket. Instead of responding to the PCB notice, Haider had posted another message on Facebook page, claiming that he had already provided all evidences and details to the board when he faced the disciplinary committee last year and yet the board did nothing on it. “Basically under the anti-corruption code if any player makes allegations publicly then he has to substantiate those or inform the board on the basis of circumstantial evidence.”