It is worth recalling that Shabbir was recently reported for a suspect action for the third time in his career in the first Test against West Indies at Barbados. He then played the next Test and took eight wickets, but the PCB had already made arrangements for Shabbir to work with Paul Harroun, an ICC-recognised biomechanical expert in England.
The remedial work has been completed and the report sent directly to the ICC, as Bob Woolmer, the Pakistan coach, was away on vacation.
"When we go to London for the ICC board meeting we'll get the report and know just how much Shabbir is exceeding the ICC tolerance level of 15 degrees," said Altaf.
"We've to decide whether we want to directly work on correcting Shabbir's bowling action or seek ICC help in this regard, under the new regulations of the world governing body on illegal bowling actions."