Omar Akmal banned for 3 years for breaking anti-corruption code: PCB

by Jeremy Spirogis
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The Pakistan Cricket Board has banned batsman Umar Akmal from worldwide cricket for 3 years for violating the Anti Corruption Code.

The choice was delivered by a disciplinary panel headed by Justice (retd) Fazl-e-Meeran Chauhan. The PCB formally revealed this by way of its social media account after listening to with the panel on the National Cricket Academy at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore on Monday.

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