PCB Chairman takes notice of Younis Khan row during Pakistan Cup
He has sought for a detailed report from the match referee.
The batsman who captains the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa will now face a level 3 code of conduct breach and could face a ban of up to 5 matches.
Earlier, Younis Khan had refused to face a disciplinary hearing which has fined 50% of his match fee in his absence for breaching level 2 of the PCB domestic code of conduct.
The alleged misdemeanors include questioning an umpiring decision, showing dissent and threatening an umpire.
He was asked to appear before the hearing and deny or defend the charges which were leveled by the on field umpires with the consensus of off the field umpires.
Younis had abandoned the match and left the stadium after being run out and later departed for Karachi. He has the right to appeal against the decision.