Islamabad: Pak cricketer Nasir Jamshed has been sentenced to 17 months in jail for the spot-fixing difficulty. Nasir Jamshed, British nationals Yusuf Anwar and Mohammad Ejaz have been detained by the Pakstan Police on fees of spot-fixing within the Pak Super League (PSL). These three accused have accepted their crime. Along with Nasir Jamshed, the opposite two accused have additionally been sentenced. Anwar has been sentenced to 40 and Ijaz to 30 months.
Nasser Jamshed and two others have been accused of getting supplied £ 30,000 for gamers to intentionally play idle throughout a match between Islamabad United and Peshawar Zulmi through the PSL match in February 2018. <! –
When this was revealed, these three accused have been despatched to jail.
There was additionally an try and disturb BPL
During the investigation, it was additionally revealed that these three had additionally tried to repair the ultimate match of Bangladesh Premier League in 2016. After this, Jamshed was linked to 2 dot ball taking part in incident throughout BPL, however later the fees have been dropped from him. Jamshed is accused of spot-fixing solely in PSL and this punishment has been given within the difficulty of discovering him responsible.
10 yr ban too
Nasir Jamshed has not solely been sentenced to 17 months for being discovered responsible of this difficulty, but in addition the Pakistan Cricket Board's Anti Corruption Unit has imposed a 10-year ban on him. Jamshed had requested Sharjeel Khan of the Islamabad franchise to play the primary two balls of the second over. The PCB has already banned Sharjeel for 5 years on this difficulty.