David Richardson, The chief executive of International Cricket Council (ICC) trusts that the pardon meted out to Pakistan bowler Mohammad Aamir would, in turn, encourage dishonest players to come out clean.
Earlier, the International Cricket Council (ICC) had determined to permit the banned bowler to play domestic games under the auspices of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) with instant effect.
Mohammad Amir was handed a 5 year ban for his active participation in the infamous spot fixing slander in a Test against England at Lord’s in 2010, with the 5 year ban is scheduled to lapse on 2nd September, 2015.
The Dawn reported, David Richardson said that he confessed his participation and from that time he had made his best to reveal everything that he knows to help the ACSU with their education events.
David also added that Mohammad Amir reflected as a good example to players who might have got participated in the past, regret what they had done and there was a way for them to return in future course, the Dawn reported.
A banned player has a opportunity of appeal to return in domestic cricket before the end of the international ban, under the revised anti-corruption code.
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