PCB has banned Pakistani player Nasir Jamshed for one-year over non-cooperation with the board on PSL spot-fixing scandal.
Monday 11 December 2017 Following his suspension earlier this year, the board’s ACU declared Nasir guilty for non-cooperation” in the case.
According to sources:
Nasir Jamshed has been charged due to violating two articles, 2.4.6 and 2.4.7, of the Pakistan Cricket Board. Hostile to debasement code, one of which was block and non-collaboration under which he has now been restricted from cricket for a year.
The ACU claims that Jamshed’s non-participation is a sign towards his contribution in the spot-settling outrage. It merits saying that he was captured by the UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA) in February.
In any case, he was later discharged on safeguard and was commonly suspended by the PCB for disregarding its hostile to debasement code.
The ACU is yet to bring the debasement allegations against him. Besides, he can document an interest against PCB’s choice also.
Talking about the issue, previous cricketer and examiner Sikander Bakht stated:
The length of the boycott isn’t sufficient. As I would like to think, the facilitator is the greatest guilty party with regards to spot-settling and ought to be rebuffed more seriously than the players.
Khalid Latif and Sharjeel Khan have been restricted over a similar outrage. The latest player to have been addressed by the ACU is Mohammad Sami, who was allegedly rung to react to questions with respect to the case.