Several players stood out for their exceptional performances across the three fixtures as two games failed to yield a result.
Shehzad, who was leading the Central Punjab side, pleaded not guilty to the charge initially but after the official hearing, he was found guilty
Southern Punjab continue to trail the number one ranked Central Punjab in the second spot, having narrowed the gap between the two teams to 18 points.
The incident in question reportedly took place on the final day of the four-day fixture where Sindh held onto a thrilling draw.
Central Punjab still retain the top spot in the points table as only one game saw a result in the competition's fourth round.
Central Punjab achieved their second win in the tournament while none of the remaining five participants have registered a single win yet.
More number of wickets fell in the second round as opposed to the opening three fixtures with spinners experiencing greater levels of success.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa managed to take the lead in the six-team table while Balochistan are placed on the bottom.