Such concerted efforts are wanted to cease match-fixing comparable to being made towards Kovid-19: Rameez Raza

by Jeremy Spirogis
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The Pakistan Cricket Board on Monday banned batsman Umar Akmal from worldwide cricket for 3 years for violating the Anti Corruption Code. Although followers and supporters of Akmal are calling it a harsh punishment, former captain Rameez Raza welcomed the PCB's determination.

Raza has all the time been advocating for fixing to be included within the class of crime. Raza stated in a press release on Tuesday that concerted efforts have to be made to cease match-fixing, such because the Kovid-19 epidemic being completed at the moment.

Apart from Raza, former Zimbabwe cricketer and commentator Mpumelelo Mbangwa discussed the match fixing on social media. <! –

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                 Mabangwa tweeted, "It appears that dangerous persons are successful this battle. He (Akmal) is a identified title, isn't it? Do you assume the battle could be received with a jail sentence. ''

In response, Raza tweeted, "Prison sentence can be useful to deal with it Pomy (Mbangwa), possibly a last resort." It is sort of a combat towards Kovid-19, everybody has to come back ahead to save lots of the cricket world: followers, boards, stakeholders, regulation enforcement companies, you and me. ''

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