LAHORE The Pakistan Cricket Board on Wednesday said it was not aware of the news that Mohammad Amir was contemplating becoming an ICC informant in the ongoing investigations into the spot-fixing scandal. A media report had claimed that Amir may turn an informant of the games world governing body, which had suspended the teen paceman along with Mohammed Asif and Test captain Salman Butt. However, the PCB could find itself in trouble if Amir was considering such a move. Australian media claimed Amir could escape life ban if he revealed full details of the spot fixing incident. Amir with Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif have challenged his suspension by the ICC and asked for a preliminary hearing into the allegations. I dont think this will happen and generally speaking in legal terms even if you turn state witness, it does not mean a clean sheet for that person, PCB legal advisor Tafazzul Rizvi said. Rizvi said it was difficult to say when the Scotland Yard would completes its investigations and whether it would yield results. But he admitted that the players, if not cleared, could be staring at bans ranging from six months to life and could also be let off with heavy fines. It all depends on what the inquiry throws up, he added. Rizvi said PCB had adopted a wait and see policy over the ongoing investigations. It could be completed in a few weeks time or it could take months but we dont know when it will end, he said when asked if the Board had the 2011 World Cup in mind. Scotland Yard on Tuesday quizzed a fourth Pakistani player, pace bowler Wahab Riaz in London in connection with the ongoing investigations. Rizvi was also not sure whether Scotland Yard could question more Pakistani players. So far they have not informed us about wanting to talk to any other player and they also spoke to Wahab after informing us, he said. Rizvi said that the three players had responded to the ICC notices sent to them in their individual capacity. PCB Chairman Ijaz Butt has written to the ICC chief executive over the provisional suspension imposed on our players but we were told by the ICC that the players have a case to answer and they must respond to the notices themselves, he added. He insisted that it was a wrong impression that the PCB was not playing a pro-active role in resolving the controversy which was bringing a bad name to Pakistan cricket. They are some things which we cant speak on or discuss at this time but rest assured we are following up on every development every hour of the day. For the time being we are fully cooperating with the ongoing investigations but we will wait and see. We have options available to us, he said. Miandad meets Zardari to discuss PCB reforms Pakistan Cricket Board Director General (Cricket) Javed Miandad is pushing for radical changes in the Cricket Board functions in the wake of spot-fixing scandal and has made some suggestion to the President Asif Zardari. Zardari, who is also chief patron of the PCB, met Miandad and gave him a patient hearing, sources said. After Javed was given a patient hearing by the President, the former captain conveyed some suggestions to improve the way the board was governing cricket affairs in the country, reports quoted source as saying. The source said Zardari then directed a senior bureaucrat to meet Butt and tell him clearly that certain recommendations and suggestions made by Miandad must be implemented. This senior bureaucrat from the Presidency also met with Butt in Lahore a few days back and conveyed to him clearly what the President wanted done, the source said. Butt assured him that suggestions made by Miandad would be implemented immediately. But soon after Butt left for London, except one suggestion, no other suggestions have been implemented as yet by the board Chairman, he said. The one recommendation Butt immediately implemented and signed on was an increase of 15 per cent in the salaries of all board employees below the rank of General Manager or Manager in the board, the source said. He said Miandad was now playing the waiting game to see how Butt handles the instructions from the Presidency. Miandad has asked for enhanced powers and also a direct say in cricket issues like selection and team affairs. Miandad is confident that if this time Butt did not implement the directives from the Presidency, he will be removed by Zardari, the source said. Miandad, a former captain, largely looks after domestic cricket matters and does odd coaching assignments due to his turbulent relations with PCB chief Ijaz Butt. Butt only recently allowed the former great to enter the mainstream of the PCB affairs. Butt has faced scathing criticism from all quarters for the way he has handled the spot-fixing scandal or allowed things to get out of hand in the team.