ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Cricket Board and Federal Investigative Company on Wednesday reached consensus over probing the cricketers allegedly concerned in spot-fixing in Pakistan Tremendous League 2017, knowledgeable sources.
In line with sources, the PCB tribunal will first examine the spot-fixing scandal.
After the tribunal’s probe, the FIA will decide the extent of the offenders’ crime, sources stated.
The info of the cricketers allegedly concerned within the scandal will probably be handed over to the FIA, after the PCB tribunal’s investigation.
Earlier, Chairman PSL Najam Sethi had stated that the PCB had not stopped the FIA from investigating the spot-fixing case and there’s no friction between the 2 establishments.
Sources on the Inside Ministry had stated that the PCB proven reluctance in cooperating with the FIA over the scandal probe.
Chairman PSL Najam Sethi had stated that a letter was despatched to the FIA requesting verification of the cell phone apps utilized by suspended gamers. It talked about that the PCB by no means requested FIA to probe the case.
Sharjeel Khan, Khalid Latif, Mohammad Irfan and Shahzaib Hasan have been provisionally suspended from all types of cricket for violating the PCB’s anti-corruption code. Sharjeel and Latif, who have been suspended in the course of the opening week of the PSL for suspected hyperlinks with a world fixing syndicate, face a minimal 5 years’ ban.
Batsman Shahzaib, who was charged and suspended final week, additionally faces a minimal 5 years’ ban. Quick bowler Mohammad Irfan faces a minimal six months’ ban.
Nasir Jamshed, who resides within the UK, was suspended throughout PSL after the PCB stated it had ‘concrete proof’ towards the previous opener. He was arrested together with one other suspect by Britain’s Nationwide Crime Company final month as a part of investigations however later launched on bail, in response to studies.
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