LAHORE The Pakistan Cricket Board has suspended the contracts of the tainted trio of former captain Salman Butt, Muhammad Asif and Muhammad Aamir. The action came after the two of the three spoke aggressively against the International Cricket Council and the PCB. Salman and Amir accused the ICC of having an anti-Pakistan agenda after their suspensions for alleged 'spot-fixing were upheld. They even criticized the PCB for leaving them alone to face the allegations that does not have any base. The ICCs code of conduct commission, headed by Michael Beloff, upheld the suspensions of Butt, Amir and teammate MUhammad Asif last Sunday after a two-day hearing in Dubai. Asif had already withdrew his appeal and said that he would appeal later after his lawyer will thoroughly study the details of the case. The trio was suspended in September after a British tabloid alleged that they were involved in 'spot-fixing the Lords Test against England in August. They heard us, but it was as if 'say whatever you want to say, we have come with a decision. Their decision was not based on a single piece of evidence against us. We requested from them the next date of the hearing, but they didnt give us, Butt said.