LAHORE - The Pakistan Cricket Board has moved an application in the Lahore High Court seeking interpretation of its July 4th order wherein the court had suspended 18 months ban on Shoaib Akhtar while fine of Rs. 7 million was kept intact. Tafazzal Rizvi, PCB's legal advisor, told The Nation that the application has been filed after cricketer Shoaib Akthar refused to pay fine on the plea that his case is pending in the LHC and he would only pay the fine in case the final decision of the court goes against him. Tafazzal said that it has been asked to the court in the PCB's petition to guide the PCB whether Shoaib should be allowed to play or not without paying the fine. He said LHC on July 4 had issued a stay order against 18-month ban on fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar but no stay order was issued as far as payment of Rs.7 million fine was concerned. He was of the view that legally Shoaib could not play cricket in Pakistan and for Pakistan cricket team. The petition will be heard on September 22 by the chief justice Lahore High Court justice Sayed Zahid Hussain.