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    PCB bans Nasir Jamshed for one year for 'failure to cooperate' charge

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    Werent they presenting Nasir as some sort of a king pin of betting circles? Now he is charged with failing to co-operate. 😆 what a joke!

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    Wow from the Mastermind of Spot fixing to failure to cooperate...

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    More quotes from PCB's legal advisor

    PCB have not offered any proof about corruption yet as it may alert him and he will cover his tracks

    if he has nothing to hide, then why doesnt he or his rep explain by his passport has been taken away in UK

    He and rep are talking about a deformation suit against PCB for false charges but why dont they file one in UK if that is the case

    We are not FIA/Police that we arrest someone if they do not appear for questioning

    What PCB can do is to refer such a case to the tribunal and remove such a person from cricket

    After one year ban he has to go through a rehab process and he may be referred again to tribunal if he does not help at that time

    "To comeback after expiry of ban you have to accept guilt, show remorse"

    The fixing charges are yet to be finalized and his UK proceedings are also pending

    Civil and criminal proceedings can happen side by side so there is no bearing of UK case on PCB's departmental proceedings


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    Quote Originally Posted by Madplayer View Post
    Werent they presenting Nasir as some sort of a king pin of betting circles? Now he is charged with failing to co-operate. �� what a joke!
    Its still being investigated - atm his ban is only for failure to cooperate


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    What a failure of justice system!!!! Allegedly mastermind of the corruption leader got 1 year ban for not co-operating and victims (Sharjeel and Khalid) got 5 years ban for co-operating. PCB is such a failure of institute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shafi View Post
    What a failure of justice system!!!! Allegedly mastermind of the corruption leader got 1 year ban for not co-operating and victims (Sharjeel and Khalid) got 5 years ban for co-operating. PCB is such a failure of institute.
    Read whole post


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    Brilliant stuff from the PCB. The ball is in Nasir Jamshed's court to prove himself innocent.

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    All the Sharjeel and Latif supporters moaning on this decision remember that Nasir committed the crime in UK not in PSL nor in Pakistan. His crime is not under PCB jurisdiction. And ICC and ECB are still in the middle of investigating this. Whatever punishment ICC or ECB will put on Nasir PCB will be obliged do the same. Remember Kaneria got a life time ban by ECB and PCB implemented the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hailian View Post
    All the Sharjeel and Latif supporters moaning on this decision remember that Nasir committed the crime in UK not in PSL nor in Pakistan. His crime is not under PCB jurisdiction. And ICC and ECB are still in the middle of investigating this. Whatever punishment ICC or ECB will put on Nasir PCB will be obliged do the same. Remember Kaneria got a life time ban by ECB and PCB implemented the same.
    Not true ECB has no jurisdiction in this matter. If I take your assumption, what happens if a player commits a crime while in Uganda ? Kaneria was charged because he was playing a county match under ECB.

    If there is any evidence UK justice system will charge him, followed by PCB investigating the evidence and charge him. However, nothing has happened as of now, means that prosecution has a weak case and the picture is not as rosy as Najam Sethi and Co painted.


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    Quote Originally Posted by lonex View Post
    Not true ECB has no jurisdiction in this matter. If I take your assumption, what happens if a player commits a crime while in Uganda ? Kaneria was charged because he was playing a county match under ECB.

    If there is any evidence UK justice system will charge him, followed by PCB investigating the evidence and charge him. However, nothing has happened as of now, means that prosecution has a weak case and the picture is not as rosy as Najam Sethi and Co painted.
    Few points here, if ECB or ICC didn’t inform the British police to arrest him then who did? If the case against him is weak why he was arrested and still facing the charges? Does British police arrest people on weak evidences? Do they listen to PCB? What PCB has to do with British police directly?

    Either ICC is behind it or either ECB. British police will never arrest someone on PCB discretion!!

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    If an accussed man wants to prove his innocence, he will go on all forums to prove it and not hide behind excuses. Nasir Jamshed has clearly behaved throughout the whole saga as someone who is hiding behind loopholes and has things to hide. He has a shady past and there is no smoke without fire. I am pretty sure he is scared of coming forward as plenty of things will come out and might come out against big names which will send the entire cricket world in a frenzy and open a huge pandoras box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hailian View Post
    All the Sharjeel and Latif supporters moaning on this decision remember that Nasir committed the crime in UK not in PSL nor in Pakistan. His crime is not under PCB jurisdiction. And ICC and ECB are still in the middle of investigating this. Whatever punishment ICC or ECB will put on Nasir PCB will be obliged do the same. Remember Kaneria got a life time ban by ECB and PCB implemented the same.
    PCB has offered to send its officials to the UK to interview and interrogate Nasir Jamshed. Nasir Jamshed has also been requested to appear in the Pak High Commission in the UK if he cannot travel to Pakistan. If Jamshed was and is truly innocent, he would not run away from these things and hide behind loopholes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savak View Post
    PCB has offered to send its officials to the UK to interview and interrogate Nasir Jamshed. Nasir Jamshed has also been requested to appear in the Pak High Commission in the UK if he cannot travel to Pakistan. If Jamshed was and is truly innocent, he would not run away from these things and hide behind loopholes.
    So everyone on this forum including Sharjeel and Latif pointed that Nasir is the master mind. So if Nasir advised them to meet with a bookie why they met? They met with a bookie who offered them the money to play the dot balls, why they didn't report to PCB right away? Even though only 2 hours before they attended the PCB Anti Corruption informational seminar. Then he coincidentally he ended up playing exactly those 2 dot balls they agreed upon? And the huge gap between bat and ball was also a coincidence? The truth is they are all cheaters!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hailian View Post
    So everyone on this forum including Sharjeel and Latif pointed that Nasir is the master mind. So if Nasir advised them to meet with a bookie why they met? They met with a bookie who offered them the money to play the dot balls, why they didn't report to PCB right away? Even though only 2 hours before they attended the PCB Anti Corruption informational seminar. Then he coincidentally he ended up playing exactly those 2 dot balls they agreed upon? And the huge gap between bat and ball was also a coincidence? The truth is they are all cheaters!!!
    Ofcourse which is why the PCB has taken action against every Tom, Dick and Harry involved in this episode i.e. Sharjeel Khan, Khalid Latif, Mohd Irfan, Shahzaib Hasan, Mohammad Nawaz, Nasir Jamshed. But such is the typical nature of Pakistani's, we love to believe in conspiracy theories all the time, that the PCB does not have better things to do and take on virtual nobodies.

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    Lahore, February 8, 2018: The Pakistan Cricket Board has today issued a Notice of Charge to Cricketer, Nasir Jamshaid, wherein he has been charged with multiple violations of Articles 2.1.1, 2.1.2, 2.1.3, 2.1.4 and 2.4.4 of the PCB’s Anti-Corruption Code for Participants (“the Code”). Nasir Jamshaid now has fourteen (14) days to respond to the Notice of Charge.

    Nasir Jamshaid is already facing a one (01) year Period of Ineligibility imposed on him vide the PCB Anti-Corruption Tribunal’s Order dated 11thDecember 2017 for breaching Article 2.4.6 of the Code.

    PCB remains resilient in its fight against corruption in cricket. Upon action initiated by PCB the Anti-Corruption Tribunal has already banned two Cricketers, namely Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif, after they were found guilty on all charges of Corrupt Conduct alleged against them. The convictions of both Cricketers were subsequently upheld on appeal by an Independent Adjudicator.


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    Thumbs up to PCB for removing corrupts like Sharjeel, Khalid, Shahzaib and now Nasir. Lets get rid of these match fixers.


    Plz don’t bring politics into sports!

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    I must say that it's fairly ironic that the 4 people who got charged with match/spot-fixing are fat hard-hitting openers. If anything they should've all been competing with each other for a place in the team. Instead they decided to work together and get themselves banned.

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    Media Release Lahore, April 5, 2018:

    The Pakistan Cricket Board had issued a Notice of Charge to Cricketer, Nasir Jamshaid, wherein he had been charged with multiple violations of Articles 2.1.1, 2.1.2, 2.1.3, 2.1.4 and 2.4.4 of the PCB’s Anti-Corruption Code for Participants (“the Code”). Nasir Jamshaid responded and rejected the charges leveled against him.

    Chairman PCB, exercising powers conferred upon him under the PCB Anti-Corruption Code for Participants, has referred the matter for adjudication to an Anti-Corruption Tribunal comprising:

    Mr. Justice (Retd) Fazal-e-Miran Chauhan ChairmanMr.
    Shahzaib Masood, MemberMr.
    Aqib Javed, Former Cricketer Member

    PCB remains resilient in its fight against corruption in cricket and shall take all measures necessary to uproot this menace.

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    It would have been better for Pakistan's spot fixers to not cooperate. Gets you one year + rehab Cooperation means 5 years.

    Well played Nasir

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corridor of Uncertainty View Post
    It would have been better for Pakistan's spot fixers to not cooperate. Gets you one year + rehab Cooperation means 5 years.

    Well played Nasir
    It is only for failure to co-operate.
    He hasn't been punished for his crime yet.


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    Quote Originally Posted by UN talkz View Post
    It is only for failure to co-operate.
    He hasn't been punished for his crime yet.
    Nasir Jamshed is playing smart here, he knows once the new government comes in all these matters will be gone...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    New coming through with press conference by PCB legal rep.
    Sad to see what has become of “Jumbo”. Was a treat to watch during the Aane Do series. I also recall his debut vs Zimbabwe where he scored two back to back 50’s.

    Could have been so much more but sadly got involved in this mess

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    Nasir Jamshed summoned by PCB on May 4

    The Anti-Corruption Tribunal of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has summoned former opener Nasir Jamshed on May 4 concerning his involvement in the spot-fixing scandal, which rocked the Pakistan Super League’s (PSL) second edition.

    Jamshed, who resides in England, has been asked to appear in front of the tribunal which comprises of three members — Justice (retd) Fazal, Aaqib Javed and Shahzaib Masood.

    The 28-year-old has been accused by the PCB for violating five clauses of the board’s anti-corruption code. However, Jamshed has rejected those allegations.

    The Lahore-born left-hander has represented Pakistan in two Tests, 48 ODIs and 18 T20Is, where he has scored 1,832 runs collectively with the help of three centuries and 10 half-centuries.

    Jamshed, who made his debut for Pakistan in 2008 in Karachi, hasn’t played in an international match since March 2015.

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    https://www.dawn.com/news/1406921/na...er-of-attorney

    LAHORE: Though the PCB’s Anti-corruption Unit filed a charge sheet before the three-member PCB Anti-corruption Tribunal here on Thursday against discarded opener Nasir Jamshed for his alleged involvement in the spot-fixing scandal during the second edition of Pakistan Super League (PSL), Nasir’s lawyers failed to produce the power of attorney, raising questions whether he will defend the case or not.

    The PCB has constituted a new Anti-corruption Tribu*nal headed by Justice (retd.) Fazal Mian Chohan with ex-pacer Aaqib Javed and advocate Shahzaib Masood as members to hear the case of Nasir who is the last accused among the five cricketers involved in the spot-fixing case. The four others, who have already received varying punishments, include Sharjeel Khan, Khalid Latif, Shahzaib Hasan and Muhammad Irfan.

    But Nasir’s case is still pending because he could not appear before the tribunal as National Crime Agency in England did not allow him to travel to Pakistan as he was also facing the same charges there.

    Nasir’s passport has been confiscated by NCA England and there are reports it is still with the authorities.

    PCB’s lawyer Tafazal Rizvi told Dawn that Nasir’s lawyer Hasan Waraich did not appear before the tribunal on Thursday and only two junior lawyers came, claiming they would contest the case.

    However, Tafazal said when the objection was rai*sed to show the power of atto*rney of Nasir, they said that had forgotten the same in their offices. At that stage, the tribunal advised the lawyers to bring the power of attorney with them next time.

    Tafazal said the PCB had leveled six allegations on Nasir in its charge sheet containing 425 pages and the tribunal had asked Nasir to submit the reply till May 18.

    However, Tafazal was not sure whether Nasir would visit Pakistan to fight the case or would send his lawyers for the same. But he said in case of no reply from Nasir, the tribunal had the authority to announce its verdict in the case in 40 days.

    Though Nasir was not the part of the PSL, he is facing allegations that he persuaded four cricketers through an agent, M Yousuf, to be part of the spot-fixing scandal, while sitting in England.

    Besides, Nasir is also facing the charges of not cooperating with the tribunal in probing the case and not informing the concerned authorities about the move of the bookies.
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    KARACHI: Pakistan's discarded Test opener Nasir Jamshed faces the prospect of ban in absentia for his alleged role in the Pakistan Super League spot-fixing scandal if he doesn't respond to the charge sheet filed against him by the PCB on May 18.

    The PCB filed a chargesheet against Nasir, 28, last week with the anti-corruption tribunal containing six allegations against the opener who resides in the United Kingdom now.

    "Nasir has until May 18 to file a reply. If there is no reply from him, the tribunal has the authority to announce its verdict in the case in 40 days," PCB lawyer, Tafazzul Rizvi told this correspondent.

    The newly constituted tribunal headed by Justice (retd) Fazal Mian Chohan held a hearing last week in which the PCB filed its charge sheet against Nasir.

    But instead of his senior lawyer, two junior lawyers turned up to represent Nasir but were not allowed to proceed by the judge after they failed to produce the power of attorney.

    Former Test pacer Aaqib Javed and advocate Shahzaib Masood are the other members of the tribunal.

    "I don't know if Nasir will come down to Lahore to attend the hearing or his lawyers will represent him. But if he fails to send in his reply the tribunal can reach a verdict in absentia in 40 days," Rizvi said.

    The PCB in its chargesheet has alleged that Nasir persuaded four cricketers through an agent, Mohammad Yousuf to become part of a spot-fixing scandal in the second PSL in February, 2017.

    He is also charged with obstructing and not cooperating with the tribunal inquiry and also failing to inform the authorities about being approached by bookmakers to fix matches.

    Jamshed who once scored three back-to-back ODI hundreds against India in 2012/13 has denied his involvement in the PSL spot-fixing scandal which has already led to bans ranging from five years to six months on Pakistani players, Sharjeel Khan, Khalid Latif, Shahzaib Hasan and Muhammad Irfan.

    Jamshed has termed the charges against him as flimsy and ridiculous but he is also under investigation by the UK's National Crime Agency after the PSL and the agency has withheld his passport till the investigation continues.

    Nasir last played for Pakistan in the 2015 World Cup with his selection causing a lot of controversy while his last appearance in domestic match in Pakistan was in December, 2016.

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    LAHORE: Cricketer Nasir Jamshed, one of the accused in the spot-fixing scam of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) has submitted his reply before the PCB Anti-corruption Tribunal here on Friday.

    Nasir’s lawyer Hasan Warriach submitted the reply against the six allegations leveled on Nasir in the spot fixing scam occurred on the first day of the second edition of the PSL in 2017 in Dubai.

    Four other accused of the case namely Sharjeel Khan, Khalid Latif, Shahzaib Hasan and Mohammad Irfan have faced different punishments and only Nasir’s case is pending before the tribunal.

    The tribunal has allowed the PCB to give its reply against Nasir’s till May 21 or to start the arguments.

    https://www.dawn.com/news/1408675
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    throw the book at him .... and ban him for life

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    PCB to produce witnesses against Nasir

    LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will produce its witnesses before its Anti-corruption Tribunal on May 25 in a spot-fixing case against cricketer Nasir Jamshed reported on the first day of the second edition of the Pakistan Super League in the United Arab Emirates.

    On Tuesday, PCB lawyer Tafazzul Rizvi submitted its reply to the tribunal in response to Nasir’s reply against the allegations levelled against his client by the PCB.

    On May 25, after the arguments from both the parties it would be decided by the tribunal whether to continue the case or not.

    Though Nasir was not part of the PSL, he is facing allegations that he persuaded four cricketers of the league namely Sharjeel Khan, Khalid Latif, Muhammad Irfan and Shahzaib Hasan to be part of the spot-fixing and in this regard he had the services of Mohammad Yousuf, a resident of UK.

    Nasir is unable to appear before the tribunal because his passport is seized with the UK authorities, so, his lawyer is defending him in the case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdullah719 View Post
    PCB to produce witnesses against Nasir

    LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will produce its witnesses before its Anti-corruption Tribunal on May 25 in a spot-fixing case against cricketer Nasir Jamshed reported on the first day of the second edition of the Pakistan Super League in the United Arab Emirates.

    On Tuesday, PCB lawyer Tafazzul Rizvi submitted its reply to the tribunal in response to Nasir’s reply against the allegations levelled against his client by the PCB.

    On May 25, after the arguments from both the parties it would be decided by the tribunal whether to continue the case or not.

    Though Nasir was not part of the PSL, he is facing allegations that he persuaded four cricketers of the league namely Sharjeel Khan, Khalid Latif, Muhammad Irfan and Shahzaib Hasan to be part of the spot-fixing and in this regard he had the services of Mohammad Yousuf, a resident of UK.

    Nasir is unable to appear before the tribunal because his passport is seized with the UK authorities, so, his lawyer is defending him in the case.

    https://www.dawn.com/news/1409469/pc...-against-nasir
    Find it interesting that he got banned for one year whereas Sharjeel got a far longer ban.

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    PCB produces second witness against Nasir

    LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) produced its second witness against opener Nasir Jamshed in the spot-fixing case here on Wednesday before the Anti-corruption Tribunal.

    The second witness was retired Col Azam, head of the PCB’s anti-corruption department. Before Azam’s cross examination the counsel for PCB Taffazul Rizvi played the audio and video interviews of two other tainted cricketers -- Khalid Latif and Sharjeel Khan. He also played Nasir’s voice on WhatsApp.

    Both Khalid and Sharjeel have already been penalised in the same case.

    Thereafter Col Azam faced detailed cross examination by Nasir’s counsel Hasan Warraich whose emphasised that the PCB has not presented any direct evidence against bookie named Yousuf and neither the PCB advised the cricketers to keep away from the same bookie before the incident took place on the first day of the 2017 Pakistan Super League (PSL) in Dubai.

    While clarifying that the PCB is only concerned with cricketers, Col Azam said it was Nasir who asked Khalid and Sharjeel to meet Yousuf where he made fixing offers to both, and as a result spot-fixing was committed at the 2017 PSL.

    Hence in the earlier proceedings both Khalid and Sharjeel were found involved in spot-fixing and were subsequently banned. Proceedings were adjourned till Monday when the PCB will present its next witness.

    https://www.dawn.com/news/1411097htt...m/news/1411097


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    Muhammad Nawaz appears before tribunal

    LAHORE: Pakistan all-rounder Muhammad Nawaz appeared before the anti-corruption tribunal of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) as a witness for the body in the spot-fixing case against batsman Nasir Jamshed here on Tuesday.

    Nawaz is the third witness of the PCB against Nasir, who has reportedly said that the left-hander had made a contact with him before the start of the Pakistan Super League’s (PSL) 2017 season and during the Pakistan’s tour of Australiaoffered him spot-fixing deals.

    Nawaz repeated the same statement before the tribunal. PCB has already produced two witnesses against Nasir, including its director security and anti-corruption department retired Col Azam Khan and GM Legal affairs Salman Naseer.

    In contrary, Nasir has no witness in this case and he could also not appear before the tribunal in person because his passport is seized by England’s National Crime Agency.

    https://www.dawn.com/news/1412354/na...efore-tribunal

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