Former Pakistan cricketer Nasir Jamshed who was banned by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) after fixing allegation in the recently concluded Pakistan Super League (PSL), has threatened the cricket board in a video message on Twitter.
Nasir Jamshed who appeared in 48 ODI matches for Pakistan, claimed that the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) officials are pressurising other players to give statement against him which is very unfair. He also considers it as a conspiracy.
“PCB is being unfair with me. The board officials are pressurising players to give statements against me. It seems that they just want to malign me,” Jamshed said in a video message on social media.
He further added, “If they really have any evidence against me, I challenge them to present it to the media. Such allegations are affecting my personal life.”
He lastly threatened the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), saying he would take the board officials to the court, “My lawyers are looking into the details and we will take PCB to the court to prove their allegations against me.”
However, according to the PCB, Nasir Jamshed played a key role in the spot-fixing scandal which hit the Pakistan Super League tournament earlier this year. Nasir was even arrested by the UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA) in February, though was later released on bail.