Nasir Jamshed charged of breaching Anti-corruption Code

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) brought multiple charges against former Test opener Nasir Jamshed about breaching Anti-corruption Code of Conduct. He has been given fourteen days to respond.

Nasir Jamshed accused of 'obstructing spot - fixing investigation'

The statement issued by PCB said, “PCB remains resilient in its fight against corruption in cricket. Upon action initiated by PCB the Anti-Corruption Tribunal has already banned Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif. The convictions of both cricketers were subsequently upheld on appeal by an independent adjudicator.”

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Nasir Jamshed was charged under with breaching article 2.4.6 and article 2.4.7 of the Anti-Corruption code.

The highest authority of cricket in Pakistan has already been suspended Jamshed for not co-operating with the anti-corruption tribunal in investigations of spot-fixing scandal in the Pakistan Super League (PSL).

He deliberately denied arranging meetings between Sharjeel Khan, Khalid Latif and the suspected UAE bookmaker Yousuf Anwar.

Both Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif had been banned for five years on charges of spot-fixing scandal in PSL.

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