LAHORE Pakistans High Commissioner to Britain Wajid Shamsul Hasan has asked President Asif Ali Zardari to take action against Pakistan Cricket Board officials for mishandling the spot-fixing issue involving three Pakistani players. High Commissioner Wajid Shamsul Hasan wrote a letter to the President, who is also the patron of the PCB, in which he accused the PCB officials of hiding crucial information from the diplomats. He criticised the top management for staying away from the players at a time when they were supposed to stand by the players. The PCBs management has not guided the High Commission at any point and kept the diplomats unaware about the laws of ICC relating to alleged match-fixing, Hasan wrote in his two-page letter. The whole cricket boards management stayed away from the trouble while the way forward was none other than a diplomatic solution, which worked and resolved the matter to a large extent, Wajid said in his letter. Hasan also wrote that PCB officials accompanying the team failed to maintain discipline. PCB chairman Ijaz Butt, COO Wasim Bari and several other officials were with the team when a British tabloid reported that Pakistan players were involved in spot-fixing.