Deccan Chronicle – Lahore: Pakistan on Monday handed former opener Nasir Jamshed a one-year ban for failing to cooperate with investigators in a spot-fixing case that rocked the Pakistan Super League earlier this year.

Summary

  • Lahore: Pakistan on Monday handed former opener Nasir Jamshed a one-year ban for failing to cooperate with investigators in a spot-fixing case that rocked the Pakistan Super League earlier this year.
  • Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) legal adviser Taffazul Rizvi announced the verdict, saying the investigation into fixing charges was still under way.
  • “The three-member tribunal banned Jamshed for one year for non-cooperation with the investigation,” Rizvi told media.
  • “PCB has not levelled any fixing charges on Jamshed as yet as there is another investigation under way against him in (the) UK.”
  • Former Pakistan opener Sharjeel Khan was banned for five years — with half of that sentence suspended — while his fellow teammate Khalid Latif was also banned for five years and fined one million rupees ($9,460) in the same case.


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