The southpaw opening batsman Nasir Jamshed is handed over a 10-year ban by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for spot-fixing in Pakistan Super League (PSL). Thus, the Anti Corruption Tribunal has given a ban of a decade to Jamshed for his involvement in spot-fixing of the 2016-17 season of PSL.
Furthermore, the three-man jury has decided that the player will not partake in any form of the game. Meanwhile, the player can not hold any management position for life in Pakistan cricket.
Nasir Jamshed will have to bear the repercussions.
In fact, Nasir Jamshed was ban for one year after the Anti Corruption Unit said he was non-cooperative in relation to his case.
However, Nasir Jamshed ban had ended in April in this year. Subsequently, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had banned him for violating seven anti-corruption code. However, Jamshed had denied all the charges against him.
Therefore, PCB came out with the statement that the board’s chairman Najam Sethi will head the case. The three-member anti-corruption tribunal contained Justice (Retd.) Fazl-e-Miran Chauhan, Shahzaib Masood. Furthermore, a senior advocate in the Supreme Court and former Pakistan pacer Aaqib Javed was part of the jury.
Meanwhile, Sharjeel Khan, Khalid Latif, Mohammad Irfan, Shahzaib Hasan and Mohammad Nawaz are also given respective bans for their role in the spot-fixing case by PCB.
In fact, this is not the first time that the game has come under the scanner. There have been cases of fixing which has ruined the image of the game.