OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) disciplinary committee will question batsman Umar Akmal among others, when it begins its inquiry into the Zulqarnain Haider case. The Board has formed a three-member committee to find out the reasons, that led to Haider fleeing the team hotel in Dubai last November without informing anyone. The committee will be headed by Sultan Rana, who is head of the PCB domestic cricket operations. Rana is tasked with the responsibility of finding out whether there is credence to claims by Haider that he fled the team hotel because an unknown person threatened him of dire consequences for refusing to co-operate in fixing the one-day series against South Africa in the UAE last year.