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Ajmal was not doing well at rectifying his bowling action

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shahryar Khan has said that the banned orthodox off-spinner Saeed Ajmal has not yet rectified his bowling action and making it hard to change his action under the 15-degree restriction of ICC regulations. The PCB chairman said it was responsibility of Ajmal to inform to the board about his bowling and when he was going to be reassessed. Khan also revealed that the off-spinner has been working very hard to rectify his bowling. He also said that PCB will try to get his action to be before 7th January, which is the last day to announce the 15-man squad for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015. Ajmal was banned for a suspect action after a test match against Sri-Lanka at Galle earlier this year. International Cricket Council has banned Ajmal from bowling on 9th. Ajmal has been named in Pakistan 30 member probable list for cricket world cup 2015.


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