FirstPost.com (India) – Karachi: Pakistan’s discarded Test opener Nasir Jamshed faces the prospect of ban in absentia for his alleged role in the Pakistan Super League spot-fixing scandal if he doesn’t respond to the charge sheet filed against him by the PCB on 18 May.

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  • Karachi: Pakistan’s discarded Test opener Nasir Jamshed faces the prospect of ban in absentia for his alleged role in the Pakistan Super League spot-fixing scandal if he doesn’t respond to the charge sheet filed against him by the PCB on 18 May.
  • The PCB filed a chargesheet against Nasir, 28, last week with the anti-corruption tribunal containing six allegations against the opener who resides in the United Kingdom now.
  • If there is no reply from him, the tribunal has the authority to announce its verdict in the case in 40 days, PCB lawyer, Tafazzul Rizvi told this correspondent.
  • ReutersThe newly constituted tribunal headed by Justice (retd) Fazal Mian Chohan held a hearing last week in which the PCB filed its charge sheet against Nasir.
  • The PCB in its chargesheet has alleged that Nasir persuaded four cricketers through an agent, Muhammad Yousuf to become part of a spot-fixing scandal in the second PSL in February 2017.


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