Released:August 1, 2017 10:38 pm
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is contemplating daily life bans on Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif. The two players ended up involved in place-fixing during the 2nd edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) in Dubai. The lawful advisor of PCB, Tafazzul Rizvi, claimed the Board will not be lenient on corruption and fixing challenges, and will seriously punish any person who is uncovered guilty of this sort of functions.
“Yes, we are pushing the tribunal to impose a daily life ban on both of those the players. We have specified more than enough compelling evidence in opposition to them and about their involvement in the place-fixing circumstance,” Rizvi claimed.
A retired Lahore High Courtroom judge headed the tribunal and is envisioned to give its verdict on Sharjeel Khan at the finish of August. The lawyer has also been directed for Khalid, who’ll post a closing created submission by August 9.
Four miscellaneous apps ended up submitted by the lawful counsel for Latif, out of which two have already been rejected by the tribunal. The tribunal claimed in a press launch that if we don’t get a closing reply from Latif’s counsel until August 9 then “the make a difference will be resolved on the foundation of substance already available on record, without the need of granting any additional adjournment in 30 times as mandated by the Code for Members.”
The two batsmen experienced to go away the 2nd edition of the PSL as they ended up suspended less than the anti-corruption code. They ended up also accused of getting contacts with bookmakers and agreeing on place-fixing in the matches.
Four other players have also been suspended in the PSL fixing scandal. Mohammad Irfan, who is serving 12-thirty day period ban, Muhammad Nawaz (who concluded a two-thirty day period ban previous week for the exact same offense), Shahzaib Hasan and Nasir Jamshed ended up the 4.