Pakistan internationals Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif have been provisionally suspended as part of a probe into corruption in the Pakistan Super League.
In a statement on Friday, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) revealed the suspensions had been imposed "as part of an ongoing investigation into an international syndicate which is believed to be attempting to corrupt the Pakistan Super League".
And their efforts have resulted in Sharjeel and Latif receiving suspensions, with PSL chairman Najam Sethi saying: "It would not be appropriate to comment on the specifics of the case, however this investigation is a clear demonstration of our determination to drive corruption out of our sport.
"We will not tolerate any form of corrupt activity and as this investigation proceeds we will not hesitate to take further decisive action as appropriate.
"The investigation of the PCB Anti-Corruption Unit backed by the ICC ACU has been effective in dealing with this case to date and we will continue to work in the closest collaboration as the investigation proceeds.
"We are all absolutely committed to relentlessly pursuing anyone who would seek to damage the integrity of our sport."
PCB chairman Mian Shaharyar M. Khan added: "I must remind all players of their responsibilities in the fight against corruption.
"They must understand that if they even think they may have been the subject of a suspicious approach, it is their obligation under the PCB Anti-Corruption Code to report it to an appropriate anti-corruption official as a matter of urgency.
"Under no circumstances will the PCB condone actions of a few individuals to bring disrepute to the game of cricket or taint the image of Pakistan."