LAHORE The Pakistan Cricket Boards three-man fact-finding committee has completed its initial report on the fleeing of the wicket-keeper Zulqarnain Haider from Dubai to London earlier this month. Team manager Intikhab Alam told media in Dubai that the committee will soon send the report to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). We have finalised our report and will send it to the PCB. However, the issue now rests with the International Cricket Council (ICC) which is probing it through its anti-corruption unit, said Intikhab. A source in the PCB said that the committee had charged Zulqarnain with violating the PCBs and ICCs code of conduct. Further action on his case is likelt to be taken by the ICC. Haider fled to Britain last week to seek asylum, claiming that he received death threats when he refused to fix two matches. Announcing his retirement from international cricket after arriving in London, Haider said he had been approached in Dubai by a person who asked him to fix the fourth and fifth games against South Africa.