A outstanding Pakistani cricketer has examined positive for a prohibited substance. This was confirmed by the PCB on Twitter when it stated ICC guidelines prevented the player from being named till the chemical report was confirmed by the federal government’s anti-doping company.
A player has reportedly examined positive for a prohibited substance. However underneath ICC guidelines PCB can’t title the player or chargesheet him till the chemical report is CONFIRMED by the Anti-Dope Company of the federal government. We should always have a solution in a day or two.
— PCB Media (@TheRealPCBMedia) June 20, 2018
Whereas the dope check has come again positive, the report from the laboratory that examined the player’s blood pattern has but to be confirmed by Pakistan’s anti-doping division. The PCB is awaiting the outcomes of that check, saying it will be accessible within the subsequent day or so. The check is known to have taken place through the latest home 50-over event in Faisalabad.
Relying on the character of the prohibited substance, the player may withstand a two-year ban. The final Pakistan worldwide to undergo that destiny was Raza Hasan, who examined positive for cocaine in 2015, and was banned until 2017. In the previous couple of years, Pakistan spinners Yasir Shah and Abdur Rehman have been additionally banned for minor doping offences, every serving three-month bans.