Islamabad: Pakistan's National Assembly Standing Committee on Sports has decided to scrutinize the financial assets of Pakistani cricketers in the wake of match fixing allegation. "We are very much concerned over the continuous criticism from different circles over match fixing and have directed PML (N) legislator Saud Majeed, chairman sub-committee, to probe into these allegations. The sub-committee will also scrutinize the financial strength of the players besides verifying their tax returns," The Dawn NA committee chief Jamshed Ahmed Dasti, as saying However, PCB chief Ijaz Butt informed the NA committee that the players who were involved in match-fixing were not from the current squad. "The match fixing allegations are totally baseless and the current tour of the squad to Australia was not tainted by match fixing at all," Butt said. He claimed that that former cricketers Saleem Malik and Ataur Rehman were in fact responsible for match fixing. The NA committee also gave a deadline of March 11 to the Punjab government for bring responsible police officers to book who displayed slackness during their duty on March 3, 2009 when the Sri Lankan cricket team was attacked by terrorists in Lahore.