CRICKETER UMAR AKMAL FAILS TO REPORT MULTIPLE CORRUPT PROPOSALS – FACES 3 YEAR BAN

CRICKETER UMAR AKMAL FAILS TO REPORT MULTIPLE CORRUPT PROPOSALS – FACES 3 YEAR BAN

On Monday 27- The Pakistan Cricket Board {PCB} bans troubled Pakistani cricketer Umar Akmal for 3 years from all types of cricket on account of corruption accusations.

Umar Akmal was accused of 2 breaches of Article 2.4.4 of the PCB – Anti-Corruption Code in two disconnected occurrences on March 17th & the batsman had answered with-in the imposed time frame. Cricketer’s offenses originally became known hours before the Pakistan Super League 2020 commenced on 20th February. The beleaguered batsman was temporarily suspended on 20 February 2020.

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Only few days had passed -On 9th April – the PCB alluded the issue to Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee in the wake of establishing that the batsman had not requested for a hearing before the Anti-Corruption Tribunal.

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Akmal in a previous Interview had mentioned that he was offered Dollar 200,000 by fixers to skip 2 deliveries in a match. He additionally declared the cash offer made to him to leave the matches against India.

As indicated by the ICC anti corruption code to code 2.4.4 and 2.4.5, players are obligated to inform and report all the illegal proposals that they have encountered during any occasion.

Umar – the youngest of Akmal siblings would stay out of the game until three years – And sadly… the crucial years of his career.

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