LAHORE The Pakistan Cricket Board has asked banned fast bowler Rana Naved-ul-Hasan to approach the PCB with a request to reconsider the penalties imposed on him. Rana Naved was banned for one year along with six other players who were either banned or fined heavily for developing disharmony in the team during the Australian tour. Apart from Muhammad Yousuf, who did not appeal and retired from cricket, former captain Younus Khan, Shoaib Malik, Shahid Afridi, Kamran Akmal and Umer Akmal were exonerated but Rana was left to fight for his ban weaved off. The one-man appeal tribunal which heard the bowlers appeal adjourned the hearing against the one-year ban and a fine of two million rupees. PCB legal advisor Talib Rizvi has asked Rana to meet the PCB to request for the reconsideration of the punishment before the next hearing on June 26. Rizvi said that the PCB for the countrys sake would reconsider its decision provided he meets the PCB officials and asks for pardon, realising his mistakes. Naveds legal adviser Imran Naved Qureshi argued over the constitutional points of the inquiry conducted by the PCB that led to the ban of the players. He raised objections to several points which were brought into the notice of Naved and he wanted to clear his position with the PCB. The case has almost heard but there are some clarification to be sought out between the PCB and Naved so that the hearing has been adjourned until next week so in the meanwhile, both can clear their positions, said Justice retired Irfan Qadir, who is hearing the appeal. I have also advised the PCB to reconsider his case as well and treat him equally like the board did before with several other players, added Qadir. I am satisfied the way things has been proceeding and hopeful for the conclusive result and of course I am confident to be cleared in the next hearing, said Rana.