The PCB’s authorized dispute with former Pakistan cricketer Nasir Jamshed is ready to go to an anti-corruption tribunal after the batsman rejected all charges towards him. In February, the PCB had charged Jamshed for 5 breaches of their anti-corruption code. These charges had been issued 5 days earlier than Jamshed’s one-year ban, for non-cooperation with the PCB’s spot-fixing investigation throughout PSL 2017, ended on February 13.
Following Jamshed’s stance, the PCB issued a press assertion, saying chairman Najam Sethi had referred the matter for adjudication to a three-member anti-corruption tribunal, which includes Justice (Retd.) Fazl-e-Miran Chauhan, Shahzaib Masood and former Pakistan cricketer Aqib Javed.
Based on officers concerned with the case, the PCB had acted after the emergence of contemporary proof, centering round alleged conferences within the UK previous to final season’s PSL. The board has, over the previous 12 months, claimed to have had overwhelming proof towards Jamshed. The PCB has additionally been ready for the NCA to share their proof, which has not occurred but. Nonetheless, an NCA official did seem as a witness through video hyperlink in one of many PCB’s tribunal hearings. A minimum of one a part of the proof towards Jamshed is a set of WhatsApp voice recordings allegedly between Jamshed and others additionally implicated within the case; these recordings had been leaked to the media.
Jamshed has all alongside denied any wrongdoing and has, actually, threatened to take the PCB to courtroom for maligning his identify. Jamshed is predicated in Birmingham and has been speaking with the PCB by his Lahore-based lawyer, and has appeared earlier than the PCB tribunal through video hyperlink.
Jamshed was the fifth Pakistani participant sanctioned in relation to the spot-fixing case that marred the beginning of the PSL in 2017. Sharjeel Khan, Khalid Latif, Mohammad Irfan and Mohammad Nawaz had been all fined and banned for separate charges. Shahzaib Hasan was additionally charged and is presently present process authorized proceedings earlier than a three-member tribunal.