Pakistan Cricket Board has issued a formal charge sheet to Former Pakistani opener Nasir Jamshed in relation to spot-fixing scandal that occurred in the second edition of Pakistan Super League. The Board issued a press release to the Media on Tuesday that clearly stated that Jamshed was found guilty of breaching clauses 2.4.6 i.e (for not collaborating with the authorities with respect to investigation process) and 2.4.7 ( for delaying the process of investigation) of the Anti-Corruption Unit of Pakistan Cricket Board. The former cricketer has two weeks to respond to allegations leveled against him with regards to spot-fixing scandal.
Jamshed was living in Birmingham in United Kingdom when he was the country’s National Crime Agency (NCA) in February for being alleged conspirator to fix games in the second edition of the Pakistan Super League as reports mentioned in cricket media sources.
Mohammad Irfan was the first one to go under the hammer as left-arm fast bowler has been banned for one year from all forms of cricket after failing to report to authorities when approached by a bookie before the start of Pakistan Super League. Nasir Jamshed has played 48 one day games and two test matches for Pakistan and last made his appearance in March 2015. Khalid Latif, Shahzaib Hasan and Sharjeel Khan are the other three players handed out formal charge sheets by PCB in relation to spot-fixing scandal. All three players will attend hearings and respond to the allegations in the front of three-man tribunal appointed by Pakistan Cricket Board.