PCB bans Nasir Jamshed for one year in spot-fixing probe

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    Karachi: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will interrogate Test batsman Nasir Jamshed for his role in PSL spot-fixing scandal that led to suspension of three
    players. According to a well-informed official in the board, Jamshed will be questioned in at the Pakistan High Commission in London, where he is based these days. "He can't come to Pakistan as he is on bail and has to appear before UK's national crime agency in April in this case. But we want to also question him in detail about his role in the PSL spot-fixing scandal," the source told PTI.

    According to the official either Jamshed would be questioned on skype or the head of the PCB Anti-Corruption Unit, Colonel Azam would fly to London with a legal advisor to carry out the interview. "It will happen soon as Nasir appears to have played a key role in the spot-fixing scandal that came to our notice.
    He is the one who asked Sharjeel Khan, Khalid Latif and others to meet with the suspected bookmaker, Yousuf Anwar in Dubai last month," the source claimed.

    Media reports have said that Nasir has also agreed to become an approver in the case for the PCB but the source said he was not in a position to confirm or deny this. Jamshed, 27, who has appeared in two Tests, 48 ODIs and 18 T20 internationals is presently settled in the UK with his family but appeared in Pakistan¿s ongoing domestic season in January.

    The left-hander was also suspected of spot-fixing in the Bangladesh Premier League two years back but managed to escape without any punishment and went on to make his last appearance for Pakistan in the 2015 World Cup. The PCB has already suspended three players, Sharjeel, Khalid and Muhammad Irfan in the case and a three-member tribunal, headed by a former judge, has already been formed to hold the hearings. Both Sharjeel and Khalid have denied doing any
    spot-fixing for the suspected bookmaker and a yet to be named foreigner but have admitted to not informing authorities when approaches were made to them to spot fix matches in the PSL.

    Similarly pace bowler, Muhammad Irfan has also admitted getting offers and not informing the authorities about him and has also been provisionally suspended from all cricket and has been given 14-days to reply to the show cause notice issued to him in which he has been charged with violation of some clauses of the ACU code. The PCB ACU officials and legal advisor have also carried out detailed questioning of another Pakistani player, Shahzaib Hasan on Tuesday and Wednesday in Lahore. Pakistan interior minister, Chaudhary Nisar Ali Khan told the media in Islamabad on Thursday that the government was taking the PSL spot-fixing case seriously. "The PSL spot-fixing case is not just about our cricket it is also an embarrassment for Pakistan and I can tell you if anyone is found guilty of playing with the integrity of the game and image of Pakistan he can expect strong punishment," Nisar said.

    Link: http://m.mid-day.com/articles/psl-s...ll-nasir-jamshed-sports-cricket-news/18080197
     
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    I'm still finding it hard to believe that somebody like Nasir (such a lullu, dabbo, clumsy type guy) can do something with this magnitude... totally stunned...
     
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    He's been playing us all...he probably is the one who made the fake twitter account to feed into this stigma :p
     
  4. Del
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    This is what I mean, I'm amaze with his level of intellect. I mean after all we're talking about a doofus looking person.
     
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    Grill huh? Ironic considering he is fat
     
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    He went to jail for cheating on his exam lol if anything it should not be a surprise
     
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    they are about to fry him
     
  8. Del
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    Yes mate, I came to know about that story, which basically illustrate about his character.
     
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    jamshed.jpg
     
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    He deserves no remorse. I hope PCB grill him than cook him for the crook he is!
     
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    Come on man, cheating on an exam doesn't mean a person will turn out to be a fixer lool
     
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    didn't know the punishment for cheating in exam was jail
     
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    I'm surprised about that too lol. Haven't heard it anywhere else
     
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    True, should be hanged for it...Quite an absurd rule though
     
  16. Mohsin
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    It shows one's character
     
  17. Del
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    Once a thief always a thief.

    Might be different for different people but you lose your confidence on such people.
     
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    He must have done something really absurd with the invigilator to get behind bars... because more than 75% students cheat in any examination room in Pakistan.
     
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    Exactly. This is bizarre, getting behind bars for 'cheating in exams', there may be more to this than what meets the eye.
     
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    And do you think someone would want to pay Mohammad Irfan for not bowling well? :D
     
  21. Passionate Pakistani
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    Its not just bowling not well.. it could be bowling this many wide balls or no balls

    Or a specific delivery of this over will be a wide ball.. they bet on everything

    Not just about underperforming

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    As @Passionate Pakistani said, it's not about bowling one or two specific deliveries.

    There could be any ball of any over which might be fixed.

    It could be how many ball a bowler will ball in an over - it could be 7 or even 8, you just name it.

    And BTW, he didn't ball that bad in PSL-II, if you've followed IU games.
     
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    Why so touchy? Have you done something similar? :p
     
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    Grill doesn't seem appropriate for Fat Nas, doubt he's ever had anything grilled in his life.

    PCB to Fry Nasir Jamshed

    PCB to drizzle Nasir Jamshed in Ghee

    PCB to lather Nasir Jamshed in butter are all more appropriate.
     
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    and they wouldn't even need to add much butter!
     
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    He must be very chalaak.
    He's managed to marry a doctor after all and settle in UK. He's made a nice easy life for himself
     
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    hahaha, seems like it.

    It's beyond me why on earth a British National, well educated girl will chose to marry such a retarded dihati, who doesn't even have looks?
     
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    Girls like the dopey kind, they think it's cute.
    Either that or Jamshed has big feet :cool:
     
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    No bro, I don't think so. Life is too precious to be ruin on such ugly looking potato :eek:.
     
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    ‘Anti-corruption Unit finalising date to interrogate Nasir’

    LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Anti-corruption Unit which was due to travel to London to interrogate Nasir Jamshed for his role in the recent Pakistan Super League (PSL) fixing scam is yet to depart for England.

    There were reports that the ACU would be in London from April 3-8 but well-placed sources have told Dawn that the visit hasn’t been possible as they haven’t been able to set a date with the discarded Test batsman Nasir.

    “The unit will go to London after finalising a date to meet Nasir,” a PCB official said, seemingly negating the possibility of the ACU questioning him through a video link.

    Nasir, alongside four other cricketers namely Sharjeel Khan, Khalid Latif, Shahzaib Hasan and Mohammad Irfan, was implicated in the PSL fixing scandal.

    While Irfan has confessed that he failed to inform the PCB after some bookies made contact with him, Sharjeel, Khalid and Shahzaib are contesting their cases which have been referred to the PCB tribunal headed by Jusitce (retd.) Asghar Haider.

    Published in Dawn, April 5th, 2017

    https://www.dawn.com/news/1324917/anti-corruption-unit-finalising-date-to-interrogate-nasir
     
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    Cricketer Nasir Jamshed, via his legal attorney, has submitted his reply to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) against match-fixing allegations levelled against him, per Express News.

    The 27-year-old batsman, who is currently serving a suspension for his alleged involvement in facilitating the infamous corruption scandal of the Pakistan Super League season 2, has decided to fight the charges.

    Jamshed has told informed the PCB of his decision but has asked the board to wait till the investigations in Britain, of which he is a part, get concluded. He has requested the board to launch their own investigations thereafter.

    Back in February, Jamshed was arrested by Britain’s National Crime Agency (NCA) alongside a bookie named Yousuf before being released on bail but with the promise of reporting back for investigation in April.

    Jamshed is accused of referring Islamabad duo Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif to the said bookie Yousuf.

    https://tribune.com.pk/story/1392438/nasir-jamshed-decides-fight-corruption-charges/
     
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    Cricketer Nasir Jamshed, via his legal attorney, has submitted his reply to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) against match-fixing allegations levelled against him, per Express News.

    The 27-year-old batsman, who is currently serving a suspension for his alleged involvement in facilitating the infamous corruption scandal of the Pakistan Super League season 2, has decided to fight the charges.

    Jamshed has told informed the PCB of his decision but has asked the board to wait till the investigations in Britain, of which he is a part, get concluded. He has requested the board to launch their own investigations thereafter.

    Back in February, Jamshed was arrested by Britain’s National Crime Agency (NCA) alongside a bookie named Yousuf before being released on bail but with the promise of reporting back for investigation in April.

    Jamshed is accused of referring Islamabad duo Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif to the said bookie Yousuf.

    https://tribune.com.pk/story/1392438...ption-charges/#sthash.yvhZcHRe.dpuf
     
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    Nasir’s proceedings adjourned till November 24

    LAHORE: Suspended cricketer Nasir Jamshed’s hearing concerning alleged non-cooperation in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) spot-fixing saga was adjourned on Friday after his lawyer, Hasan Warraich, failed to turn up for proceedings. The hearing was meant to allow Jamshed to present his final arguments to the tribunal. The next hearing, scheduled to be the final one before judgment is delivered, will take place on November 24. It is unclear why Warraich, who has maintained an aggressive tone towards the prosecution since the case began, was absent yesterday. However, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said Jamshed’s lawyer ought to either appear before the tribunal on November 24 or send written arguments before then. The PCB concluded presenting its final arguments last month.

    Published in Daily Times, November 18th 2017.

    https://dailytimes.com.pk/141947/nasirs-proceedings-adjourned-till-november-24/
     
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    PCB tribunal reserves decision on Nasir Jamshed’s case

    LAHORE: An anti-corruption tribunal of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has reserved its decision in the case of cricketer Nasir Jamshed, who has allegedly been involved in a spot-fixing scam that erupted during the second Pakistan Super League (PSL) held in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) earlier this year. Nasir did not appear before the tribunal since he is being interrogated by England`s National Crime Agency, which has also seized his passport, in the same case. Nasir`s lawyer Hasan Waraich pleaded his case with Nasir only facing the charge of being non-cooperator with the PCB in the case. Once he appears before the tribunal, he may face more charges. The tribunal will announce its decision in the next 30 days. Waraich told media that he had given his final arguments in the case and claimed that in PCB documents, the man named Yousuf Anwar was not mentioned as a bookie. A PCB spokesman, however, rebutted Waraich’s claim and said he had all evidences to prove Yousaf as a bookie. The spokesman said a PCB lawyer gave his arguments over Nasir’s non-cooperation with the PCB. Apart from Nasir, four other cricketers namely Sharjeel Khan, Khalid Latif, Shahzaib Hasan and Mohammad Irfan were implicated in the spot-fixing case.

    Published in Daily Times, November 26th 2017.
     
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    PCB bans Nasir Jamshed for one year in spot-fixing probe

    LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has banned former batsman Nasir Jamshed for one year for non-cooperation with the board in the ongoing Pakistan Super League (PSL) spot-fixing probe.

    The board’s anti-corruption tribunal on Monday declared Jamshed guilty of violating its code for “obstruction and non-cooperation” in the spot-fixing case.

    The former opener was charged with violating two articles, 2.4.6 and 2.4.7, of the PCB’s anti-corruption code, one of which was “obstruction and non-cooperation” under which he has now been banned from cricket for a year.

    The PCB’s anti-corruption unit is soon to bring forward main charges against him in the fixing case.

    The board believes Jamshed played a central role in the spot-fixing scandal which hit PSL earlier this year. He was arrested by the UK's National Crime Agency (NCA) in February, the same day he was provisionally suspended by the PCB for allegedly violating its anti-corruption code. He was later released on bail.

    “The duration of the ban isn’t enough. In my opinion, the facilitator is the biggest culprit when it comes to spot-fixing and should be punished more severely than the players,” said former cricketer and analyst Sikander Bakht while speaking to Geo News.

    Openers Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif have already been suspended by the PCB for five years after the tribunal found them guilty of playing a role in the spot-fixing.

    Fast bowler Mohammad Irfan and all-rounder Mohammad Nawaz were also suspended for twelve and two months, respectively, for not reporting the corrupt approach to the board in a timely manner.

    The probe is ongoing against Karachi Kings batsman Shahzaib Hasan and Nasir Jamshed.

    https://www.geo.tv/latest/171725-pcb-bans-nasir-jamshed-for-one-year-in-spot-fixing-probe
     

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