LAHORE - Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has approved the setting-up of a 'vigilance and security division to eliminate corruption from the game. The division will be headed by any retired police or Army officer and would be responsible to monitor and managing issues related to corruption and security while the decision approved unanimously by the PCB Governing Board in a meeting held on last Tuesday. "The division will be responsible for monitoring and managing issues related to corruption and security," a PCB statement released on Thursday said.The Governing Board approved 14 proposals in which details of seven of were released by the PCB on Thursday including new academies, building for Rawalpindi Stadium, formation of coordination wing etc. Zaka Ashraf had earlier said in the United Arab Emirates last month that strict measures would be brought into place "so that our players, wherever they are, don't get in touch with people who try to drag them into such negative activity." After the spot-fixing scandal last year, the International Cricket Council came down hard on Pakistan, forcing them to form an integrity committee to look into players' assets and behaviour. The members appreciated the steps being taken by the PCB to revive International cricket in the country and expressed confidence in the new chairman to take PCB to newer heights. Chairman Zaka Ashraf is presently working to bring international cricket in Pakistan as after attack on Sri Lankan team in 2009 no foreign team visited Pakistan citing security problem.