ISLAMABAD The Senate Standing Committee on Sports on Tuesday decided to obtain information related to match fixing directly from the Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) of International Cricket Council (ICC) to expose the black sheep present in Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). The Committee met on Tuesday here at the Parliament House under the chairmanship of Senator Abdul Ghaffar Qureshi. Chief Operating Officer of PCB, Waseem Bari represented his PCB in the meeting. Secretary Sports, Anis-ul-Hasnan Mosvi also attended the meeting. However, the Committee decided to write a letter to the Anti-Corruption Unit to obtain the proper information about the match fixing. We want to know the facts about the involvement of national players in the match fixing, Abdul Ghaffar said in his remarks. The Committee also formed a three-member subcommittee to look into the affairs of Qaddafi Stadium, Lahore. Senator Haroon Akhtar Khan, Senator Tahir Mushadi and Senator Tariq Azeem would be the members of subcommittee and it had been asked to submit its report within 15 days. The Committee also directed the Ministry of Sports and PCB to sit together to finalise the draft of the new constitution. The Ministry of Sports has completed its work on constitution of the PCB, Secretary Sports Amis-ul-Hasnan Mosvi informed the members of Committee. Waseem Bari, on the occasion, said that the draft has been changed and someone included the representatives of Ministry of Interior and Ministry of Finance. These people have no link with the Boards affairs. The actual draft has been changed before sending to the President of Pakistan. The members of the Committee were of the view that the PCB was not giving correct information to the Committee regarding the match fixing. Chairman Abdul Ghaffar Qureshi said, in his concluding remarks, that the Committee would contact Anti-Corruption Unite to get the information about the match fixing. We heard different statements but we could not find facts. We will contact ICC directly very soon, he concluded.